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Description Example Category
with/in reference to, with/in regard to (about, of, on, for, concerning, regarding) Statement in reference to the book. Plain English
worthwhile is weak It was a worthwhile endeavor. Plain English
you are requested (please) you are requested to sit down. Plain English
your attention is drawn, draw to your attention (please see, please note, point out) Your attention is drawn to the last page. Plain English
your attention is drawn, draw to your attention (please see, please note, point out) We'd like to draw your attention to the last picture. Plain English
Legal jargon referring to previous text The above-mentioned fact is important. Plain English
Starting sentence with 'The truth/fact is'. The truth is, this is annoying. Plain English
really, very, quite, extremely, severely (use sparingly) The band is very irritating. Plain English
emphatic reflexive pronouns (I myself) There are no biscuits. I myself ate the last one. Plain English
emphatic reflexive pronouns (I myself) I cannot do it for you. Only you yourself can do it. Plain English
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