How do you avoid too much repetition both in writing and speech? I feel like I'm repeating the same word over and over again when I'm writing or talking to people.
The price of this tablet is X and the price of that tablet is Y.
In this example, I feel like I'm repeating "price" and "tablet" too much. I even feel like I'm repeating the same sentence construction. Is there a shorter/better way to say this?
X is being sold in that store at $200 and Y is being sold in that store at $300.
If the two "that store" are referring to the same store, what kind of information can I delete without losing too much information?
Styluses X are $3 per dozen and styluses Y are $4 per dozen.
In this example, I'm not sure if I can leave out the second "per dozen" and still convey the same meaning.
Styluses X are $3 per dozen and styluses Y are $4 (per dozen is implied?).
Or should I even do this to avoid repeating the same construction?
Styluses X are $3 if ordered in dozens and styluses Y are $4 if ordered by the dozen.
I tried to change things around a bit but I'm not sure if this works.