This guest post is by Ahmed Adel.
The million dollars’ question: How to write like a native English speaker, even when I am not?
I will share with you some of the best practices I use for writing as a non-native speaker. You will see how to level up your writings as a non-English speaker. I bet you are already doing some of them. If you liked on technique mentioned in this blog post, then my mission is complete. However, I am sure there’s one thing you do not know, and you will find it useful so keep reading.
1. Model a Native Writer
The keyword here is the model not copy. First, find a writer that you like her style, read everything she writes and keeps reading. You should be able to find a pattern, based on that you could develop your own style later in your journey. Remember not to copy, but look for what you like and try to create your version of it.