Critical Thining of pg 139

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1.  What’s wrong with using the indirect pattern for writing routine requests and  replies? If in the end the reader understands the message, why make a big fuss  over the organization? In business, time is money. You don’t want to waste your time or that of the receiver.  Using the indirect pattern takes more time, delays comprehension, and is inconsistent  with the needs of business.   2.  Since brevity is valued in business writing, is it ever wise to respond with more  information than requested? Why? Although brevity is valued, complete information is even more important. In responding  to some requests, you may realize that the person inquiring has not asked all the  important questions. If you have additional information that you feel would be helpful,  by all means volunteer it. Don’t overdo it, of course. Mention that additional  information and tell the receiver how to learn more, if necessary. It’s better to offer 
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course BBA 202 taught by Professor Ytr during the Spring '09 term at North South University.

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