LadyLively

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About 'LadyLively' Channel

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Long articles are widely used on 'LadyLively' as elaborated and interesting content can help the channel to reach a high number of subscribers. In addition there are a few medium length articles.

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Intermediate readability level is common for 'LadyLively' articles as it addresses the matters that demand certain level of education to be understood. Sometimes the channel gets even more difficult by issuing pieces of advanced readability level (there are just a few of them). In addition the channel contains some materials of a basic readability level.

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Negative aspect tends to prevail throughout the texts on the channel: that usually indicates a big amount of critical judgments and negatively biased opinion expressions (e.g. there may be some foul language or curse words contributing into a negative score).However, there are also some articles with a comparably favourable attitude and they make up more than one third of all the channel’s content.

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