GEORGE ORWELL ~ RULES FOR WRITING ~ POLITICS AND THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ~ 1946

~ NUA-M/S/FOS-WYAUTSIP ~ Never Use A – Metaphor / Simile / Figure Of Speech – Which You Are Used To Seeing In Print

~ NUALW-WASOWD ~ Never Use A Long Word – Where A Short One Will Do

~ IIIPTCAWO-ACIO ~ If It Is Possible To Cut A Word Out – Always Cut It Out

~ NUT-P-‘WS’-WYCUT-A-‘S’ ~ Never Use The – Passive – “Was Saved” – When You Can Use The – Active – “Saved”

~ NU-AFP-ASW-O-AJW-IYCTOAEEE ~ Never Use – A Foreign Phrase – A Scientific Word – Or – A Jargon Word – If You Can Think Of An Everyday English Equivalent

~ BAOTR-STSAOB ~ Break Any Of These Rules – Sooner Than Say Anything Outright Barbarous