Use Dynamic Verbs to Create Vivid Sentences
A writer's job is to grab and keep the reader's attention with vibrant language. Since verbs create the action of sentences, they should convey precise and specific action so that the reader knows exactly what the writer intends to say. The writer should avoid using verbs that convey nonspecific action. For example, instead of using "run," a writer should choose a more accurate verb such as "sprint."