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Descibe why each of the steps of planning, drafting, and revising are so critical to creating a text that truly communicates with clarity.
The steps of planning, drafting and revising are critical to creating a text that truly communicates with clarity because when you rush through the writing process, your thoughts can come across as unclear. [ You should first plan what you want to say, write a draft of your plan and then edit your draft to make sure all points are clear to your reader. ]
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User: Descibe why each of the steps of planning, drafting, and revising are so critical to creating a text that truly communicates with clarity.

Weegy: The steps of planning, drafting and revising are critical to creating a text that truly communicates with clarity because when you rush through the writing process, your thoughts can come across as unclear. [ You should first plan what you want to say, write a draft of your plan and then edit your draft to make sure all points are clear to your reader. ]
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