It’s easy to improve your writing: just get rid of most adjectives. Good writing relies on nouns and verbs, not adjectives. Always think about whether you need every adjective. Pay particular attention to emphasis adjectives and qualifier adjectives.
Qualifiers (aka, weasel words)
When you catch an adjective, kill it. No, I don’t mean utterly, but kill most of them–then the rest will be valuable. They weaken when they are close together. They give strength when they are wide apart. –Mark Twain
Inexperienced or insecure writers often resort to “impressive” language in an effort to, well, impress. The trouble is, most of this sort of language either confuses the reader, or makes the writer seem pompous. Here is a list of verbose phrases and their concise alternatives.