Test1_Rewrite

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Bradley Kendzora M04 Wednesday March 6, 2008 In response to the writing prompt, I do not agree with all the points made but do think  some of the points the author made are valid. The way we speak and the way we write  should be different because people generally make avoidable mistakes in oral  communication that are correctable in writing.  Professionals should make extra effort in  the business world to make writing sound sincere, personal, and natural while being  brief in the process.  What we say and how we say it may make or break a contract.   The “you” viewpoint is often used in business writing.  This makes the person you are  writing to more likely to believe you are sincere.  We also avoid using negative words 
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Unformatted text preview: when possible because they destroy goodwill. We use positive words instead to get the point across. Building goodwill is critical in the business world. By using the "you" viewpoint and replacing negative words with positive ones, we help to obtain goodwill. The last main point in business writing is to keep the writing brief by using simple sentences that make your point. In conclusion, business writing is a mix of different elements. These elements make it sound sincere and build goodwill while at the same time keeping it brief, concise, and to the point. Make writing sound conversational and professional to obtain the best results in the business world....
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course BA 105W taught by Professor Mohle during the Spring '08 term at CSU Fresno.

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