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  • There are different levels of languages which may be formal, informal, and substandard. Formal writings are usually associated with the legal documents, and other documents where formality is the style in demand.
    Many a times it is impossible to convey the message directly from the sender’s head to the receivers head. So this can be done to an extent by including figures and facts.
    Like graphs
    This topic relates to the proper use of words and spellings.
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    • 1. The 7th C’s of The Effective Communication
    • 2. CORRECTNESSCORRECTNESS Correctness is the proper use of grammar, punctuations and spelling A message may be perfect grammatically and mechanically having correctness
    • 3. CHARACTERISTICSCHARACTERISTICS Using right level of language Checking accuracy of figures, facts, and words level of language Maintaining acceptable writing mechanics
    • 4. CORRECT AND INCORRECTCORRECT AND INCORRECT SENTENCESSENTENCES Bob went over to the counter, lifted the lid of the dish, and took a candy. Two times. Ans. Bob went to the counter, lifted the lid and take two candies. Sherry's umbrella was within the car, so her coat got very soaking wet in the rain. Ans. Sherry’s umbrella was in the car, so her coat got wet in the rain. The lawyer knew what the changes being made by the committee were. Ans. The lawyer knew the changes being made by the committee.
    • 5. Every one must decide for themselves what to do about it. Ans. Every one must decide for himself what to do about it. Neither farooq or Akbar are going to the wedding lunch on Saturday. Ans. Neither farooq nor akbar is going to the wedding lunch on Saturday.
    • 6. FOR YOUR PATIENCE ANDFOR YOUR PATIENCE AND TIMETIME THANKSTHANKS
    • 7. FOR YOUR PATIENCE ANDFOR YOUR PATIENCE AND TIMETIME THANKSTHANKS

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