COM 156 wk 8 ASSIGNMENT - I have decided against using...

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I have decided against using definitions in my essay as I think it would not be beneficial. Definitions are used when the author uses words that may not be familiar to the readers. The author would include the definition to these words to ensure the readers do not become confused and fully understand the points the author is making in their work. I believe that using too many words that are unfamiliar is not a good idea as this can be too tedious for the reader to understand. Many of the words I am using within my essay are pretty self explanatory and well known by everyone. I do not think I have used any words within my essay that need to be defined in order for a reader to be able to understand my writing. Definitions are used to define unfamiliar words within an essay so that the reader can obtain a clear understanding of what the author is trying to say without being confused. I find it annoying to read an essay that includes words that are unfamiliar to me. Stopping while reading to look up the meaning of unfamiliar words can be tedious
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2011 for the course COM 156 taught by Professor Hampton during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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