Essay Section: Supporting Evidence (Examples)
There are some people in the world who love to give presentations; these people tend to be very articulate. They pronounce every word, every syllable; and they enunciate difficult words. As they speak, they express each word clearly and distinctly. Sometimes a person from this group speaks so well that an observer can easily read the person’s lips and receive the information this way also.
With this example in mind, a writer who clearly expresses a point within a work is similar to a speaker of a presentation who is articulate in speech. A writer who irons out all of the details, removing all wrinkles and anything that can provide a hindrance for the reader, is one who is articulate in written speech.
For an extended explanation, see also the comment “Explain/Explain This.”
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