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HOW TO REDUCE THE AMOUNT OF TEXT AND NUMBER OF CHARACTERS

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A slide differs from normal written text because it:

  • doesn’t have to respect the normal rules of grammar

  • can contain abbreviations (e.g. info), acronyms (asap) and contractions (we’re)

  • can present info concisely by removing non-key words

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Wallwork, A. (2014). HOW TO REDUCE THE AMOUNT OF TEXT AND NUMBER OF CHARACTERS. In: Presentations, Demos, and Training Sessions. Guides to Professional English. Springer, New York, NY. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4939-0644-4_6

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