Information that is unnecessary or irrelevant to the point the writer is making should be deleted. Click here to learn how to present your argument effectively.
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Misuse of verbs, rather than coordination or subordination, to link separate sentences. Click here to learn how to construct different types of English sentences.
Poor transition refers to the shift of topic(s) in the middle of a paragraph. WRONG RIGHT 1. Dear Mr. Smith, I am interested in your business communication program. Actually, I had a phone conversation with you. After our conversation, there is
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