Feel Free to Write: A Guide for Business and Professional Paper
Advice on developing a clear and concise style for business and professional writing includes practice exercises and discussions of punctuation, spelling, grammar, and organization
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Chapter One Why Not Put It on Paper?
Chapter Three Using PAFEO Planning
Chapter Four Writing and Rewriting
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Affirmative Action answer apostrophe audience avoid Bankard begin business letter Chapter Check clarity clause clear colon comma comma splice communication conciseness conclusions confusion correct dangling modifier Dictionary DO-IT-YOURSELF PROJECT effect emphasis English English Language evaluation evidence example facts follow form letter format George Orwell gobbledygook grammar graph guideline habits hyphen ideas imitate important inductive reasoning John Keenan John Lukacs language logical look Mark Twain marks meaning memo models modifiers noun organization PAFEO paragraph passive voice person phrase plural preposition problem professional pronoun punctuation purpose questions reader Rearrange receive recommendations reference remember requested result revision Rewrite rules semicolon sentence singular sion sound specific spelling statement style subject and verb summary sure telephone tell tence thesis things thought tion tone usage usually vinyl siding words wordy writing