Comm week 2 - Comm week 2 Week 2 DQ-1 How might a potential...

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Comm week 2 Week 2 DQ-1 How might a potential employer evaluate your writing if you did not use proper verb tenses? Why? If you do not use proper verb tense, a potential employer might think you are illiterate. This could be devastating if you are trying to get this job. The first thing you want to do is give any potential employer a good first impression. If this person doesn't understand your written communication, how is he going to perceive you as a potential employee? Anytime you are in the business world you have to realize that precision counts. Using the proper verb tense is crucial. It is important in order to be accepted as an intelligent, articulate and credible candidate for the position they may need to fill. In other words, put your best foot forward. This means show your best writing whenever you are approaching a potential employer for a position in their company. Week 2 DQ-2 Identify the five trouble spots located on pp. 436–446 to help avoid making mistakes in subject-verb agreement. Which mistake do you think is the worst? Why? The five trouble spots that will help avoid making mistakes in subject- verb agreement are irregular verbs, which cause problems for people who use only one form of the verb in casual conversation. Be, have and do are considered irregular verbs. Prepositional phrase, start with a prepositional ends with a noun or pronoun. Crossing out any
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2012 for the course EDUCATION ETH 125 taught by Professor Hoge during the Spring '12 term at University of Phoenix.

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