by Wendy Sullivan and Judy Rees

Words can be misinterpreted. Clean Language is a tool to help avoid misinterpretations. 

Clean language may be something very new to many of you. If you want to know more I highly recommend this book. It takes the reader through what clean language is, its purpose and how to use it.

At basic level, Clean Language can be used to acquire information. There are 12 questions from which assumptions have been “cleansed” as far as possible.

The 2 most commonly used questions are:

  • ‘What kind of (x) is that (x)?
  • Is there anything else about (x)?

Using these questions enables clarity of information and helps to avoid assumptions and misinterpretations.

A book that will have you reviewing what you say and how you say it.


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© Krista Powell Edwards 2021