Definitions - Yacoub 1 Peter Yacoub Professor Grooms...

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Peter Yacoub Professor Grooms Business 139 30 August 2007 Definitions 1. Expletive- a word or phrase conveying no independent meaning but added to fill out a sentence. Examples of expletive words used in a sentence are: examples include: in fact, of course, to be sure, indeed, I suppose, I hope, you know, you see, clearly, in any event, in effect, certainly, remarkably. 2. First Person- First person is written in the point of view of the author. Examples of first person sentences would include words like: I, me, my and myself Second Person- Second person uses the pronoun you. This style of writing is usually used when the author is talking directly to the audience. For example, the writer would usually write in second person if he/she is giving instructions. Third Person- Third person is the most common, accepted and preferred style of writing. Third person should be used when writing books, articles, essays, etc. Examples of third person words would be: he, she, it and they. 3.
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2008 for the course BUS 139 taught by Professor Grooms during the Spring '08 term at Irvine Valley College.

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Definitions - Yacoub 1 Peter Yacoub Professor Grooms...

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