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Creative writing

Sometimes, when we need to write about any given topic, one of the most difficult points is how to start writing: one thing that we can do is begin with simple ideas and go on expanding all the pieces of information that can be expanded. We can even combine large and short sentences. How about answering questions related to the characters? Or about the time and place in which the story takes place? Use your imagination, make a picture in your mind of what is happening, remember that it is your own story, and also keep in mind that practice makes perfect.

Take a look at the examples below and then… START TO WRITE!

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