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COPYRIGHT NOTICE All text appearing in this document are protected by copyright. Redistribution or commercial use is prohibited without express written permission. Discussion Question 1 · Due Date: Day 2 [ Main ] forum · Post your response to the following: In what ways are purpose, audience, tone, and content different for interpersonal and business communication? Provide specific examples to support your answer. · Consider your own experience as you answer this question. If you have not worked in a business environment, you may ask a friend, parent, or other adult about his or her experiences. The purpose of an interpersonal communication may be informal you can have a very relaxed tone and do not have to worry about spelling or punctuation as much. While that of a business communication is strictly formal and the audience is a business acquaintance of yours so the tone has to be professional, serious and businesslike. The content during the communication is different because the things you talk about in the two cases are entirely different. For example, you’re sending an email to you friend. The
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