When Proofreading, Which of the Following Questions Should You Ask
When proofreading, which of the following questions should you ask to locate errors in the organization of a document?
A)Is the information in the document complete?
B)Does the document pass the "skim test"?
C) Have words been omitted in the document?
D) Does the message treat the receiver honestly and ethically?
When communicating about people with disabilities, one must:
A)use words that have ambiguous connotations.
B)adhere to people-first language.
C) focus on the disability rather than the person.
D) use a dysphemism.
Which of the following is true of business writing?
A)It should be elaborate and detailed.
B)It requires providing sufficient "entry points" into a message to enable skimming.
C) It is contrary to technical writing.
D) It uses a formal style complete with multisyllabic words and long sentences.
Writing a message rapidly with intent to rewrite certain portions can be frustrating and can reduce the quality of the finished work.