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Toastmasters Podcast #053: Communications Resolutions

posted Thursday Jan 05, 2012 12:00 AM

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[21:15] Jenny Baranick, an English professor based in Southern California, discusses how listeners can fine-tune their writing skills. She offers tips to make your writing crisp and concise — for example, avoid using redundant phrases such as true facts and twelve o’clock noon — and suggests ways to vary your language so your sentences won’t become drab.  All the effort is worth it, notes Jenny: Strong writing skills can lead to career advancement.

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helalahamed
Sunday, March 13, 2016 - 04:41:59 AM
@Bo Bennett, PhD: Dear sir,
i can't communicate to through mail. Please give me solution

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Bo Bennett, PhD
Sunday, March 13, 2016 - 09:01:49 AM
Hello Helalahamed. You ask quite a big question for a blog comment! I am assuming your limitation is with the language barrier. You might want to make use of https://translate.google.com/. This will help you understand incoming messages better, and allow you to compose reply messages in your own language. Hope that helps.

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