How could this sentence be corrected to cut out fluffy words? “I really just want to go to the store to buy groceries in order to be be prepared for the week.”

(A) “I really want to go to the store to buy groceries in order to be prepared.”

(B) “I just want to go to the store to buy groceries in order to be prepared for the week.”

(C) “I want to go buy groceries at the store to be prepared for the week.”

(D) “I really want to go to the store to buy groceries in order to be prepared for the week.”

Explanation

In this sentence, the fluffy words are ‘really’, ‘just’, ‘in order’. If you remove these fluffy words and rearrange the sentence then you get the correct sentence which is “I want to go buy groceries at the store to be prepared for the week.”

Conclusion

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