Cliche | Teen Ink


January 23, 2011
By imaginarydreamer BRONZE, WOODINVILLE, Washington
imaginarydreamer BRONZE, WOODINVILLE, Washington
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Always think of your audience, Swift advises, and don't baffle them with "obscure terms" and "hard words." Lawyers, surgeons, clergy, and especially academics should avoid using jargon when communicating with outsiders. "I know not how it comes to pass," he says, "that professors in most arts and sciences are generally the worst qualified to explain their meaning to those who are not of their tribe."

Befriend only you
dust the smoldering sun off
go forth and conquer

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