7 substitutions for ‘OK’
As writers and editors, we sign off on a lot of copy. Here are some ways to give the nod without using the popular two-letter response.
I find myself saying “OK” a lot during the day: to an edit, request, or story pitch. If you’re anything like me, you like to add some flavor to emails. For instance, instead of asking a colleague to please “edit this article,” I may refer to the copy as “little lady” depending on the day. Similarly, I like to mix things up when giving the A-OK. I’ll throw in a “works for me” or “sounds good” for variation, but I’ve recently second-guessed myself on this. read more...
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