I thought of something cool we could discuss: Sentence structure that leads to ambiguity. Here is an example: Although we might want the word "quickly" to be emphatic, it leads to ambiguity if a participle follows the adverb, as does "dropping" following "quickly." We could move the adverb to the un-emphatic place. We could remove the participle. So I guess when editing, we could watch for advebs preceding participles. Please share other structures that lead to ambiguity and how to avoid them. If you have better suggestions on how to remove ambiguity, please comment. Pronoun Ambiguity The placement of "who" and "which" can lead to ambiguity. You might, by use of a comma, try to remove the problem. Because of the placement of commas, we would assume the "who" in "1" refers to Sandy, and the "who" in "2" refers to Jill, but wouldn't it be better to move "who"? So to avoid ambiguity, we can search for places where a pronoun follows two nouns in a previous phrase, clause, or sentence. Another example. With this example, I think I should change the pronoun to a noun to remove ambiguity. Perhaps here is another way to remove ambiguity. Any further thoughts on this? Please share.