COM 155-Appendix G - P aragraph 1 I chose to read...

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Paragraph 1 I chose to read paragraphs three and five. Paragraph three was the more effective paragraph between the two paragraphs. Many of the sentences began with the word “individuals”. This provided minimal sentence variety, but the repetition helped to prove the point that an individual is responsible for his or her credit. The rhythm of paragraph three was smoother than paragraph five. Paragraph five’s sentences provided the conversational tone often heard exchanged between elementary students. Paragraph three provided useful information for dealing with the denial of credit. Paragraph five seemed as if it were a rant against monthly bills and poor saving skills. It seemed as if the point to paragraph five was to whine and it was a huge turn off to me, as a reader. This made it difficult to understand the purpose of paragraph five. Effective writing helps an author reach out to his or her audience, and paragraph three accomplished this. Paragraph 2
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2011 for the course COM 155 155 taught by Professor Shepherd during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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COM 155-Appendix G - P aragraph 1 I chose to read...

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