Accuracy, Succinctness, and Liveliness

I say that accuracy, succinctness, and liveliness are all important in dialog, and all play a part in dialog.
The Accuracy is how close the wording is to what actually occurred (if it occurred) or in other words, it is testing how good your memory is. Succinctness is proving the reader how good you are at using your words, and that you have control over your words. Liveliness brings the words out of the pages (not physically, but mentally), it makes the story come to life and it makes the reader feel part of the story and it also gives the reader an idea of what is happening in the story. Accuracy and Succinctness is what makes the Liveliness come out of the dialog.


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