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Failing to keep it short and simple might mean using a long or 'fancy' word where a short, everyday one would be better. Or it could mean using four words where you only need one. (Is there really ever a good reason for writing 'with the exception of' when you could just write 'except'?)
Now it's your turn to practise keeping it short and simple. Click 'Complete and continue ➜' to move on to the exercise.