Hi guys, I bought ProWritingAid a while back and just installed the add-in to Word. The diction report is pretty good, finds words that are classed as weak, or prepositions that are used to end a sentence (annoying when they're in dialog though). Anyway, they give me the occasional word and tell me to simplify. Here's two examples: Before: The lips pulled back to reveal a set of sharp teeth. After: The lips pulled back to show a set of sharp teeth. Before: The light from his torch revealed a small room. After: The light from his torch showed a small room. I don't mind if the second choice is better, I just want to confirm if you guys agree with this. Replacing words like reveal to show for instance. Also what is it called when you do the following: Before: They couldn't see too many zombies around. After: Not too many zombies around. I know it's two-part remove, and filtering. Just wondering if it has a technical name and whether something like that would be picked up in one of the reports that ProWritingAid offers. I know it's generally words like watched, saw, noticed etc - the narrator telling what's happening. Thanks!