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UsingpropertoneGEN105 - them to feel that I cannot relate...

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Running head: USING PROPER TONE 1 Using Proper Tone Kelli Lorenc GEN/105 november19, 2010 Beth Hoftiezer
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USING PROPER TONE 2 Using Proper Tone When I am communicating with family and friends I tend to be more open and without  much worry about how I communicate with them because it’s on a personal level don’t worry  about my grammar and even sometimes my spelling. However when I am communicating with  class mates I tend to focus more on the way I say things, grammar, and spelling because I feel  it should be on a slightly more professional level plus I add emoticons thru out my text to help  convey my facial and body language, also feel that it’s should be casual because I don’t want 
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Unformatted text preview: them to feel that I cannot relate or understand what they are trying to convey or have them feel that I am better than them. When communicating with my instructor online I try to write my message as professional as I can. I also make sure my spelling and grammar is correct. Furthermore, I also try and make my messages short and straight to the point because I understand that instructors have many people to respond to and assignments to grade so I try not to take up much time. When I am communicating online I try to write messages appropriate to whom I am contacting....
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