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34 TestBank Ch04 - 214 Chapter 4 Test Bank Chapter 4Test...

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214 Chapter 4 – Test Bank Chapter 4—Test Bank Revising and Proofreading Business Messages DIFFICULTY (DIF) TYPE OTHER CODES 5 – Most difficult App – Application question ANS – Answer 3 – Average difficulty Con – Conceptual question REF – Page Reference 1 – Least difficult Def – Definition TOP – Chapter Topic NOT – Note (Feedback/ explanation) *Question used in Web chapter review Multiple Choice 1. To write successful business messages, you must write a. concisely. b. clearly. c. vigorously. d. All answer choices are correct. ANS: d REF: p. 80 TYPE: Con DIF: 3 TOP: Understanding the Process of Revision NOT: All responses (concise, clear, and vigorous) are qualities of good business writing. *2. Vigorous writing is concise. Concise means that the writing a. contains no flabby phrases. b. is free of errors in grammar and punctuation. c. has been revised to include examples and research. d. avoids zigzag writing. ANS: a REF: p. 81 TYPE: Def DIF: 1 TOP: Understanding the Process of Revision NOT: Concise writing is vigorous because it contains no unnecessary words. Ensuring that the document contains appropriate examples and is free of errors are other parts of the revising process. 3. Which of the following identifies the tasks involved in revision? a. Improving content and sentence structure b. Correcting grammar, spelling, punctuation, format, and mechanics c. Selecting the appropriate pattern for good or bad news messages d. Searching for graphics and photos ANS: a REF: p. 80 TYPE: Con DIF: 3
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215 Chapter 4 – Test Bank TOP: Understanding the Process of Revision NOT: Revision is the process of improving the content and sentence structure of your writing. Proofreading is the process of correcting any errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, format, and mechanics. Both revision and proofreading are essential for business writing. 4. Proofreading includes which of the following tasks? a. Improving content and tone b. Fine tuning sentence and paragraph structure 3. Correcting grammar, spelling, punctuation, format, and mechanics 4. Determining if the message should be frontloaded. ANS: c REF: p. 80 TYPE: Con DIF: 3 TOP: Understanding the Process of Revision NOT: Proofreading is the process of correcting any errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, format, and mechanics. Revision is the process of improving the content, tone, and sentence and paragraph structure of your writing. Both revision and proofreading are essential for business writing. 5. Brandon has completed the first draft of his business report and is in the third phase of the writing process, revision. What should Brandon focus on during this phase? a. Improving the content and sentence structure of his report. b.
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course ENG 310 taught by Professor Dr.rachal during the Spring '11 term at Nicholls State.

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34 TestBank Ch04 - 214 Chapter 4 Test Bank Chapter 4Test...

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