Writing for Readability

Writing for Readability

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This Infoline will tackle the readability issue more appropriately by discussing guidelines for mastering clear and concise sentences in your workplace writing.Therefore, you should tailor your prose to your readera#39;s expectations. ... more appropriate, because you were asked about the doer of the action, in which case your sentence should begin with a subject that immediately answers the question .

Title:Writing for Readability
Author: Ken Kirk
Publisher:American Society for Training and Development - 2010

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