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Unformatted text preview: While reviewing the paragraphs that I posted in Week Four and the outline that I posted in Week Three, I cannot find a single word or term that needs definition. Everything that I wrote is pretty basic, meaning nothing fancy. The way that I look at it; I am writing a persuasive essay and by adding fancy words that are unrecognizable could definitely confuse the reader. When writing a persuasive essay, it is better to keep it simple and easy to understand, right? After all, who needs to repeatedly refer to the bottom of the page for the definition of a word they have never heard before or are unfamiliar with? I am not easily impressed by big, fancy words and actually think that it makes the writer look like they are instead, just “showing off”. As long as the paper says what it needs to say and gets its points across, I am impressed. And in this case, as long as the point is clear and precise, I can be persuaded. I understand that unrecognizable, fancy words fall under rhythm, flow, and mixing things up, but I personally do not...
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This note was uploaded on 08/12/2011 for the course COM 156 taught by Professor Hampton during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '10