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- Start off with your stream of consciousness, using current knowledge of grammar and sentence structure.
- Think of something else to write.
- When you cannot think of anymore to write, reread what you have written so far.
- This will trigger you to delete or add more words and sentences to the already written text so that it is improved.
- Reread what you have written again. There will often be errors in the sentence structure caused by the addition of new words.
- Rewrite your text completely differently in a way that flows better and just sounds better in general, deleting or adding unnecessary words, letters, or sentences.
- Reread improved revision of the writing.
- Rearrange words or sentences once more as there will usually be errors in the sentence structure if you add or rearrange words.
- Reread everything again.
- Do research on what you are writing; this will usually give you more ideas on what to write.
- If stuck, copy and paste other people's writing on the subject.
- Use this copy and pasted writing to rewrite relevant sections and attach them onto your original writing.
- Do not plagiarize or use people's writing as your own.