Case for short word
1. Short, old words—like sun and grass and home, these words are present abstraction for some deeper meaning. They are also very simple and familiar for everyone. They are easy to understand and straight to the point.
2. In this essay, written to encourage the use of short words, Lederer himself employs many polysyllabic words, especially in paragraphs 5 through 9, his purpose is to enhance the power of short words which create a smooth flow, and most of common words are single syllable. Short words are easy to connect and lead it to the main point between two minds.
3. He quotes from famous, universally familiar old sources such as Shakespeare and more contemporary writers, proverbs, and The King James Bible to show that short words are easy, common for using in writing, and it is very affective meaning. These examples are very impact for the readers; it illustrated how short words are useful and common.
4. “Short words are as good as long ones, and short, old words—like sun and grass and home”. Lederer used the smile to compare old words with sun, grass, home. Behind these words have another meaning s. Metaphor and simile make the reader to understand the word different and make the work sound more affective.
5. The pressure comes from long and newer words, and word that have more syllable. Students feel pressure when they could not think of the word or the meaning behind its word. It related to the purpose of this essay by endure people to use short, old, and familiar words.
6. The end of the essay was a big high light and flash back for the main point and purpose of the essay.
7. Other studies indicate that the fifty most common words in written English are each made of a monopoly syllable.
Short words are like fast partner.
Big words at times seem strange to understanding, reading and listen.