Try to imagine what 100 billion dollar bills would look like.
Now imagine it this way: If you laid them end to end, 100 billion dollar bills could circle the Earth 40 times at its widest point.
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Concrete examples bring abstract writing to life. Not only will examples help readers more easily imagine what you’re talking about, they’ll add pop to your prose.
Tip: Make a concept concrete by comparing your subject to something the reader can envision—like the size of Earth, or the speed of a Porsche going from zero to 60 mph, or the sound of a hummingbird’s wings.
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