-C.S. Lewis, Essay Collection and Other Short Pieces, p. 555
Probably my most frequent mistake when writing is being ambiguous and expecting the reader to sort is out on his or her own. Why leave any gates along the path open?
These seven words are my most recent enemies as I try and learn every word in Mark. I have put in more work trying to remember these seven, slightly similar words than all the rest combined so far. As soon as I have one, one of the others falls right out of my memory. Any other people have problems like this? For any language really, doesn’t have to be Greek.