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It’s important with off-camera narration that you write for a listener, not a reader. Don’t try to sound all sophisticated with big, complex sentences. Keep it short, sweet and to the point. Write your narration, then re-write it with the intention of using lots of verbs. And always speak in present tense…at least 95% of the time.