How do I become a good English writer

How do I become a good English writer?

I am sorry to say but you just don’t become a good writer(English, or any other language).
Its not like Engineering where you take up few courses, do assignments and you are done with it.
You need a lot of things in your mind to write even a proper paragraph, otherwise most of the stuff that you
write would be gibberish.
For Eg:- you need about 200 lines of material in your head to write just 50 lines from them.
So how to gather those thoughts?? Well… the answer is simple.
READ.

Read a lot, like really a lot.
Because the more you read, the more you form opinions,and once you form a substantial amount of content in your head, you can finally write some readable stuff to actually publish or at least showcase to somebody.
The start writing with something small, like an article or a blogpost.
Then when you are comfortable go for maybe a novel or a paper journal whatever you want.
But side by side keep reading, because not only gives you content to ponder upon but will improve your grammar and sentence formation.
A writer with a pen is like woodcutter with an axe, and reading is like sharpening the blades of the axes, so read a lot before even attempting to write something.
Also since you said to be an English writer, then try to even think in English because our general tendency is to think in Hindi(or native language) and then convert it into English while writing which deteriorates our writing further.

The original question is:
How do I make sentence structure in English and become a good writer?
I know English grammar perfectly.
I know many english vocabulary but don’t know how to use them in a sentence.
I’ve been reading english grammar as subject from 1st grade to A-level.
But Still I’m not be able to write a CORRECT ESSAY, PARAGRAPH,& SENTENCE.
How do I improve it and become good writer?
Answer:
Unfortunately, just learning English grammar as a subject, and vocabulary as words, without getting experience by writing, which is where you put them all together, will not make you a good writer.
I recommend that you first read good literature and observe and memorize how the authors put those words together into sentences.
Please forget about grammar as you read and write, because the rules you have learned will automatically come into play without your having to think about them.
Also, you will benefit by having what you write reviewed by an editor, who can point out where you are making errors and offer corrections for them.
If you are interested in having your writing edited, please send me a personal message.
Please see these Quora questions that have previously been asked about this subject.
I think you will find your answer(s) there:

You become a better writer — and it is hoped, a good writer too — by looking at ‘good’ writing in general and try to do the same yourself.
There is literally no better way than that.
All the books in the world on writing won’t help you — until you get down to actually read and absorb what you see, feel and understand the various kinds of good writing.
Take a leaf from the professional writers — they’re not necessarily good writers but they do write well in most practical situations to get the attention of their target audience (and getting paid too):—
Get your main point upfront and early — most of us don’t like to read!
Present your piece in a straightforward format — in short, don’t spread your stuff all over the place and force the reader to backtrack to various points just to get at the overall picture of your ‘message.

Remain in the world of reality about your language.
Stick to normal meanings of words — “a good historian” is one who is knowledgeable about history, not anything else.
Stick to normal modern usage of grammar and words, and avoid using archaic grammatical functions.
Stick to usual conventions of spelling and formatting — so your question details have failed in this department.
Write or draft according to the professional writer’s rules of thumb.
Write short passages — 20–25 words per sentence, and 2–4 sentences per paragraph, which then gives you a functional range of 40–100 words per paragraph.
People don’t want to read a solid sea of unbroken grey text hammering at their eyeballs.
If you are inexperienced in writing, stick to the general guidelines of:—
Update:—
Thanks to Quora Digest for sending this answer to 13,000 users (15 Apr 2017).

Robert Charles Lee made an excellent point about looking at good writing.
In a way this is like cooking.
You’ve learned about the raw ingredients (vocabulary) and you’ve learned many cooking methods (grammar).
This gives you enough information to make a basic meal, but to really understand how flavors work together it helps to taste food prepared by talented cooks—be they Michelin star chefs or your grandmother.
To taste test the language you should read.
You can read blogs and essays and any number of things, but I would try to spend a certain portion of each week reading novels.
Novels are longer so they’ll give you more exposure to a particular author’s style and voice.
They’re also entertaining, so reading them won’t feel like work.
As you read more you’ll get a sense of what works and you’ll find your writing improves as well.
When choosing books, pick anything that sounds interesting.
You don’t need to focus purely on Nobel prize winning literature or the types of books featured in university literature classes.
Though some of it is quite good, some of the writing styles may be more challenging and experimental.
For example I’d avoid writers like How do I improve my English skill?
(76 sentences)
Bruce R.
Bain's answer to How is it possible to use "mnemonic" method for learning hard vocabularies?

and
What are some examples of sentences using the word "articulate"?
and
Bruce R.
Bain's answer to What is the difference between "identify," "discern" and "discriminate?"

Read, read, read, and read some more — works of English literature and just about anything else written in English (well, with perhaps the exception of social media).
Learning English grammar, which includes sentence structure and punctuation, is important, but I think that the more you read, then more that the sound of the written word becomes ingrained in your psyche and thus will imprint on your writing.

I just gave this peace of advice “read a lot” ( Samved Singh) to someone who wants to be a Telugu writer.
I don’t know if storywrite support Telugu but having read and written, you can try How can I write better more realistic male characters

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