The Silver Blade Inn stood by Third Avenue, down the main road where although one of the major roads, it was less frequented by the common folk. Many disliked the inconvenience of using the road down Third Avenue for at the opposite end of the road, one would be met by a right turn, leading to Fifth Avenue instead of the town square, unlike the other roads, which spread and fanned out from the centre of the town. Despite the fact that is was more inconvenient in having to travel by Third Avenue, it didn't stop the more enthusiastic folk from situating their businesses down Third Avenue. There were almost no dwellings there, for most dwellings were even further from the town square, but a single straight road, namely The Express led straight to the many dwellings.
ResultMethod used: Flesch-Kincaid (English).Flesch-Kincaid Grade level: 16.Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease score: 41.
legalese can get a score below 10
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