Evaluating your message is an important final part of the writing process. Identify two questions that you should ask yourself about a message to ensure that it attract a reader’s attention. Then, list three types of phrases (and an example of each) you should avoid to ensure that your message is clear, concise, and effective.
Business readers need to see the principle idea at once. Short sentences and paragraphs carry thoughts fast and are extra readable than longer ones.
Question 1 : Why are short sentences or phrases appropriate for Business Communication?
Question 2: What would you include to create a short sentences/paragraphes that will attract people to read your article?
Phrase 1 : With quick sentences, the listener gets the whole lot in one move. Smooth to recall. Easy to understand. Greater powerful conversation.
Example : I love early mornings
Phrase 2 : There may be a natural pause after a sentence. This offers the opposite person space in which to consider what’s said. This also provides ‘thoughtfulness’ to what is being stated.
Example : I love early mornings (pause) and a coffee after that.
Phrase 3 : Use a quick sentence as a precis after a longer description.
Example : A very famous english poem
Take the fly, angel
of the ordinary house, laying its bright
eggs on the trash, pressing each jewel out
delicately along a crust of buttered toast.
Bagged, the whole mess travels to the nearest
dump where other flies have gathered, singing|
over stained newsprint and reeking
fruit. Rapt on air they execute an intricate
ballet above the clashing pirouettes
of heavy machinery. They hum with life.
While inside rumpled sacks pure white
maggots writhe and spiral from a rip,
a tear-shaped hole that drools and drips
a living froth onto the buried earth.
Short description : Life is beautiful