None of these sources can be completely believed because people with different points of view have written then and no source can be completely neutral.I think this speech was written to be propaganda for Stalin because he wanted to portray an image of himself to the public.only someone emphatic about Stalin would say this and I think this has obviously written in this way by Stalin himself.Source F is biased because a person Stalin has betrayed has written it, lied to, had exiled from Russia and wants them killed, so he will be against Stalin.So as you can see Bukharin must know Stalin quite well having been an ally to him and an enemy of him.
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On the other hand, written texts can imitate spoken words, and sound spontaneous when spoken, and a speech can be planned, and sound more formal than normal everyday conversation.One person mentions two other friends ‘Pete and Gary’, the other person knows who them, so they are obviously friends, it is quite a personal conversation, as it involves personal friends and personal football jokes, e. g. ‘stoke are ace’ etc.It contains more facts of the event in the correct time when they occurred, the language within the written text is that associated with football.It may also attract neutral sport fans as well as the fans that did attend the game.The written text is focused on one specific area, the match report.
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Written communication is any form of using written words to send a message.Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Directing and Controlling cannot be performed well without effective communication.Even if you know the reader well, avoid offensive humor.â€¢ “The stability and quality of our financial performance will be developed through the profitable execution of our existing business, as well as the acquisition or development of new businesses.” (Too long, too wordy, passive voice) .Effective written communication is an important aspect of business and personal communication because it sends messages that are flat, lacking other elements of communication such as tone of voice, body language and gestures.
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Even though I am not shy to communicate personally I am more confident with my words through written communication.Create written messages visually pleasing and simple to understand, and make an effort to send them when your receiver has time to read them.Written communication is very normal in business situations, so it is essential for small business owners and managers to increase effective written communication skills.It is well suited to express messages to a large number of persons at the same time.Physical distractions – Strive to organize properly written documents which are plain, brief, and complete.
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Disadvantages of written communication are, problems with interpretation, difficult to modify once sent, can be costly and lastly it takes time.Well obviously, without knowing the proper ways of communications techniques, how are we supposed to share or exchange thoughts, feelings, ideas, emotions or information without causing any sorts of interruption or trouble?Making a big impact on the interviewer on how well we are prepared to answer the interviewer questions is one of the main things.Well luckily, I am learning Professional Communications, which is very essential to one’s life as it could take me one step closer to be a successful person.Disadvantages of non verbal communication are difficulties in interpretation without written o...
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The point of view Poe chose for each of these stories well fits the plots of each.Poe chose the first-person viewpoint for The Fall of the House of Usher for good reasons as well.Since the story is written in the third-person, the reader can overlook all happenings and events in the entire abbey and occasionally see things that will happen before they actually do.Just as in The Masque of the Red Death, readers knew that the masked person was there to take all of their lives via the Red Death, but nobody could really be sure of that while the grand party was going on.The Masque of the Red Death, written by Edgar Allen Poe in the third-person point of view, is a horror fiction story where a prosperous and flashy king decides to keep his fr...
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E-mail messages are normally rather short, for example, under a dozen lines, and the paragraphs are short as well.We must be sure that our e-mail messages are sending the right messages about us,” explained Janis Fisher Chan, author of E-Mail: A Write It Well Guide-How to Write and Manage E-Mail in the Workplace, in an article appearing in Broker Magazine.Do not use the short forms ‘we’ll’ ,’we’ve’ in all formal and business letters.• Then you need to insert greeting to the person whom the letter is written.When all these parts are combined together then you will get a well drafted letter.
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Writing is not simply speech written down as Leonard Bloomfield proposed in 1933 though some written compositions by beginning and basic writers appear as if this were the conceptualization guiding the writing.A written text primarily planned for silent reading (for example, a modern novel) can be read aloud, and spoken conversations can be written down and read.Coleridge’s Dejection: an Ode begins with a quotation from the Ballad of Sir Patrick Spence and then has as its opening lines: Well!(p. 66) Oh, all right, still and all and well contribute here as typical spoken markers to recreate a conversational context.The traditional division of literary narrative into first- and third-person narrative often obscures the fact that first-pers...
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In his youth he had been well educated although he had, “Run wild, misused his opportunities, gone down, and never risen again.The Red Room is written in the first person, which helps to draw the reader close to the narrator because it gives that sense that he is speaking directly to the reader.These stories are mysteries and written in the Victorian era.As the signalman sees a figure and may well be hallucinating according to the narrator.Charles Dickens describes the signalman extremely well, “He was a dark sallow man, with a dark beard and rather heavy eyebrows.
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On the contrary, personal letters reveal information about an influential or affluent person.Therefore, it seems like any written work is not complete without undergoing this process.Editing/proofreading Editing, also known as proofreading, a written work is usually the final process of any writing endeavor or task.Formatting Formatting is a vital process in any written work.Hence, a service that can provide business letters that are eloquent, personal and professional will definitely boost your company’s image and sales.
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It includes both what a person is doing well and what they need to improve.In business, the decision to communicate verbally or in written form can be powerful.Written communications do a better job of conveying facts.As you may be able to guess from our earlier discussion of verbal and written communications, verbal communications are richer than written ones.Formal written documents, such as legal documents, and spreadsheets, such as the division’s budget, convey the least richness because the format is often rigid and standardized.
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It is written in a simpler manner, with lots of speech, and description of the surroundings.The novels are written in contrasting styles, Of Mice And Men being simple and Frankenstein having very intricate language.The two novels are both written in very different styles.The novel was written around the time of the Great Depression, and many people longed for a 'picture perfect' life.Frankenstein, for example was written in 1817, published in 1818 in London which was showing great advances in the world of science.
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The story of an hour,” is a short story that was written to coincide with the author’s personal quest for freedom, along with upholding a woman’s strength in spite of her adulterous life, and developing hope in the face of death (Clugston, 2010).To recap on point of view, as mentioned earlier, the poem “In Memoriam” is written in first person, whereas “The story of an hour’ is written in third person omniscient.The short story describes the setting, minor details of the characters, and is written in third person which allows for the author to relate with the feelings and thoughts of the other characters as well as the protagonist.The difference in these two literary works is how the setting and point of view are written.His reflection is...
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...ten more for equality and the rights for every person in the world.The pieces of literature discussed in this essay have shaped America into a nation who fights for what they want and not what they just deserve because one person claims that they are right.This movement made a change in how people should view each other and how we as people have the right to be who we want to be.While reading the literary pieces from the Transcendentalist era, there is a great amount of anti-slavery rhetoric as well as people finding themselves, especially women who at this time were not known to have much of an influence on literature.The people who were known as Transcendentalist thought that each person had a bond between themselves and the univers...
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A knight often symbolizes a quest or a search for something, which he does in this poem as well.This essay is mainly about what each person needs to do, in order to become a better person and to be your own person.Hawthorne has used a little verbal irony in “The Minister’s Black Veil” as well.He already knows it works on roses, but wants to test it on humans as well.Almost all people will consider a swamp as a dark and scary place and maybe with signs of something evil as well.
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Oral communication is also a perfect example on how people actively conveys his thoughts and successfully influence them as well.Ideas must be well connected to one another.In Johari Window theory there are four regions: (1) open area, which refers to what the person knows about himself as well as others know about him, (2) blind area, is what the person doesn’t know about himself, but others know, (3) hidden area, is what he known about himself, but others don’t, and last (4) unknown area, are both unknown to the person as well as to others.Even though you can’t see the person or the group, still there is a factor about knowing them and that should be taken into consideration upon the development of the written communication paper.Commu...
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The books that were written by these authors are still read by people of all ages around the United States.Every person has a different perspective on what happens around them.This is written on a first person point of view.American literature is considered American because it was written by American people.What allows for this to be great is that each person is entitled not only to have their own belief, but they are able to express their feelings with freedom.
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What allows for this to be great is that each person is entitled not only to have their own belief, but they are able to express their feelings with freedom.Every person has a different perspective on what happens around them.Most of the American literature was written by white men.This is written on a first person point of view.American literature is considered American because it was written by American people.
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It is up to us to keep this tradition alive so that our future generation can enjoy it as well.American literature is considered American because it was written by American people.What allows for this to be great is that each person is entitled not only to have their own belief, but they are able to express their feelings with freedom.Women writers as well as Black, Latino, American Indian, and immigrant writers were left out altogether.This is written on a first person point of view.
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However, the content in source M is of great contrast to the other sources, it is written out of respect and so will be a little exaggerated.However Source B was written at the time and was meant as a personal memory of the war.Also it would have been written after experiencing the war.None of the sources I am evaluating have the date they were written on them, so there is a slight doubt about their usefulness to an historian.Source A has no indication whether it was written before, after or during the war.
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Sonnet is written to the person she loves, and we can tell this because of the use of “thee”.Another truly important difference between the two poems is who they were written for.This is interesting considering the two poems were written a few hundred years apart.Sonnet 138 is written about the person he loves, and this is obvious through the use of “she” and “my love”, and there being no use of words such as ‘you’ or ‘thee’.Both Sonnet, written by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, and Sonnet 138, written by William Shakespeare, have the common theme of love.
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He also has occasional digs at the Victorians as well saying that he has to do this as they do not understand themselves what they think they understand.This says that lots have died and more are still to die, which makes the modern reader want to read on as well as the Victorian reader.I think that the Author H. G Wells chose a philosopher for his main character as it allows him to make the Victorian reader believe what he is saying rather than thinking he is just a crazy Victorian peasant, philosophers were also quite well respected which helps a lot in the long run as well.It helps to know what year a book was written as you will then know how farfetched it is for the time that it was written.I think on a whole the book is very well w...
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Since, the claim was identified as the author talking about how the use of the new machines are seeing a person total profile while the company is stating that the machine is only seeing what needs to be seen such as weapons or anything thing found on the person body.Even though the author has a well written essay, it could have used a bit more information that was directly quoted from other source.I do believe that the author Thomas Frank should have went more in detail with the accuracy of this system as well as the components.Therefore, the claim the author is making is considered facts from the point of view of people whom are relevant in the situation as well as knowledgeable about the technology.In the next few paragraph, I will an...
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The presentation went well, I was able to get across the necessity of teamwork and the different methods of communication... Communication is about active listening as well as communicating with the necessary sincerity and compassion.The other type of verbal communication is written communication.Written informnation is unlike a verbal message which can become distorted when being verbally passed to people There are barriers in written communications such as the illegibility of people’s hand writing or if the written message is misunderstood..The effectiveness of written communication depends on the style of writing, vocabulary used, grammar, clarity and precision of language.
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Farthing house is written to make the reader think about the stories ending and what the moral actually is it can be interpreted in a number of ways.Wells viewpoint in The Red Room is from a first person perspective.The Red Room was written in the 19th Century and is a good example of the Victorians interpretation of the genre of ghost story writing because it has stereotypical elements such as it being set in a castle on cold winters night.It is a lot more modern than the Red Room (a result of it being written so much later) and it is written as an epistolary.Readers also like to be horrified by what they can not explain as it excites them.
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Even though Miller's play was not written in the historical time period of which problem plays were written, it does indeed fit into the category of a problem play.Willy, as well, lived a life of restrictions on his work, constantly wanting to be promoted, and seriously thinking that his popularity outnumbered anyone else's.The Times article written by Miller himself talks of the play not as a tragedy, but rather states, "Our lack of tragedy may be partially accounted for by the turn which modern literature has taken toward the purely psychiatric view of life, or the purely sociological.Shakespeare Shakespeare lived between 1564 and 1616, therefore original problem plays were written during that time period.Problem plays also include a p...
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there are restrictions on the type of contracts people under 18 can make; the contract may be invalid if the person is drunk.of a standard that a reasonable person would consider to be satisfactory – generally free from fault or defect, as well as being fit for their usual purpose, of a reasonable appearance and finish, safe and durable.It is important that you tell the sales person the good is going to be a gift.This must be communicated to the person making the offer.As well as being fit for the purpose for they are generally sold, goods should also be fit for any specific or particular purpose made known at the time of the agreement.
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Prior to the time the poem was written, Anglo Saxons had converted from Germanic Paganism to Christianity.After studying Beowulf and various criticisms about the poem, I feel that the poem is presented to us today in its intended form.A person could also spend months gathering evidence of Germanic legends and pagan beliefs.The famous poem Beowulf was written sometime in the eighth century by an unknown poet.A person could spend months pulling out evidence of Christianity and creating references to the testaments to support their claims.
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Finally, more written to tell how the first permanent settlements survived and later thrived as in Bradford’s narrative Of Plymouth Plantation.Going back to Columbus, the early explorers and settlers took to writing personal narratives to tell their story of what they found in the New World.Upon the first discovery of the New World by Columbus, the leaders of the early expedition used the personal narrative to tell their story.Personal narratives are often written when the author feels compelled to tell their story, usually they write them about a significant event.In each area there are differnat tribes of Indians, it is for that reason the personal narratives written by the explorers and settellers are different from each other.
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The truth is however, that their are plenty adults who have enjoyed the series as well therefore the review probably wasn 't written towards a single demographic.They are written in order that each person who reads them are persuaded to go watch the movie or not watch the movie.When the author brings up “… a soul sucking age in which ego easily trumps common cause.” This is where the review no longer has any creditability because it is where I believe he makes a huge generalization.Purpose of Rhetorical Aim: Movie Review Questions The Hunger Games movie review provides a well rounded and for the most part complete overview of the story that is effect towards its audience.In a lot of ways here is where in my opinion where the review ...
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