Tips for Formal Letter Writing

Be concise State the purpose of your formal letter in the first paragraph and don’t veer from the subject. Try

Share Button
Read more

Paragraph Development

A typical expository paragraph starts with a controlling idea or claim, which it then explains, develops, or supports with evidence.

Share Button
Read more

REQUIREMENTS OF A SENTENCE STRUCTURE

– A sentence needs a capital letter at the beginning. – A sentence needs a period, a question mark, or

Share Button
Read more

Parts of Speech Table

Parts of Speech Table Part of speech function or “job” example words example sentences Verb action or state (to) be,

Share Button
Read more

Homophones with 70 Popular Words

A homophone is a word that sounds like another word, but has a different spelling and meaning. You can see homophones

Share Button
Read more

Synonyms of Most Used Top 100 Words

Synonyms are different words that have the same meaning, or about the same. Many words have multiple synonyms depending on

Share Button
Read more

Word Formation : Prefixes, Suffixes, Conversion, Compounding, Abbreviation, Back-formation, Loan words, New words

There are four main kinds of word formation: prefixes, suffixes, conversion and compounds. Prefixes We add prefixes before the base

Share Button
Read more

Common Barriers to Effective Communication

Common Barriers to Effective Communication: The use of jargon. Over-complicated, unfamiliar and/or technical terms. Emotional barriers and taboos. Some people

Share Button
Read more

Importance of Technical Communication

What is Technical Communication? Technical Communication is a form of writing that involves conveying technical information to an audience. Information

Share Button
Read more

Communication Flows- Downward, Upward and Lateral

In an organization, communication flows in 5 main directions- Downward Upward Lateral Diagonal External Downward Flow of Communication: Communication that

Share Button
Read more
error: Content is protected !!