The power of words - spelled them correctly. Choose...

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The Power of Words Words are the building blocks of languages. They have the power to inform, entertain, and persuade. When we write, our readers cannot ask questions or give us a chance to restate our ideas—we have to get things right the first time. The words you choose shape the way readers will react to your writing. Choose correct words. Check dictionaries to make sure you have selected the right words and
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Unformatted text preview: spelled them correctly. Choose effective words. Use words that are clear and concreteavoid wordy phrases, clichs, and abstract terms. Consider connotations. Be aware of the emotional or psychological impacts you may have. Choose words that reflect your message. Use dictionaries. Taken from: Get Writing: Sentences and Paragraphs. Author: Mark Connelly....
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2011 for the course ADMINISTRA 3020 taught by Professor Aidarosa during the Spring '11 term at InterAmerican Ponce.

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