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Emotional appeals are best left out of a business proposal. True False User: The sentence "Sickly people cost the company a whole boatload of dough" is not acceptable because _____. it is impolite to discuss financial matters in business correspondence the sentence contains a loaded word as well as slang. the sentence is appropriate so long as it is sent through email only none of the above
Weegy: The sentence "Sickly people cost the company a whole boatload of d b. The sentence contains a loaded word as well as slang.ough" is not acceptable because: User: Why is using slang inappropriate in a business setting? Slang is acceptable if you are extremely familiar with your audience Slang displays a tone that is too casual. Slang is an example ofpathosand considered unprofessional. none of the above Weegy: Slang displays a tone that is too casual. User: The use of the bandwagon fallacy is appropriate in a business proposal because it is important to convince business owners that the majority of other businesses would support your proposal. True False User: Just as your style of dress can affect another person's perception of your credibility, so can your style of writing. True False User: You must rely on research and rhetorical devices, especially fallacies, to support your argument. True False Weegy: TRUE. User: Score: Which of the following best describes a rhetorical device? a technique used in writing or speaking that is intended to persuade a technique that employs fallacies to confuse or convince the reader metaphors, fallacies, persuasion, and pathos but not logos a technique intended to manipulate the reader into believing things that are not true none of the above Weegy: A. a technique used in writing or speaking that is intended to persuade User: You should make a variety of appeals—to the audience’s logic as well as your own image. True False User: Which of the following is the most complete description of persuasion? writing and speaking to change the minds of others an attempt to manipulate others an attempt to influence another person's thoughts, feelings, or actions rhetoric all of the above Weegy: Which of the following is the most complete description of persuasion? The answer is all of the above. [smile] (More)
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Aristotle's system of rhetoric tailors an argument to which of the following? the people who will see, hear or read the argument the subject the time and place in which the message is delivered the goal of the argument all of the above none of the above
Weegy: Aristotle's system of rhetoric tailors an argument to which of the following? ANSWER: the people who will see, hear or read it. User: Which of the following will help you to create a more professional style? avoiding contractions, such as can't or won't using proper punctuation and spelling using jargon and technical terms correctly being aware of your audience as a group of professionals all of the above Weegy: When addressing a group of professionals it is best to avoid jarjon and contractions and give the specific audience what is expected of you under the circumstances. [ [ If the audience is more laid back and quite carefree, then a bit of jargon might be welcome at times. ] ] User: Ethos is an appeal to _____. the audience's sense of right and wrong the speaker's credibility the audience's sense of logic the audience's emotions Weegy: the speaker's credibility. Ethos is based on the character and reputation of the speaker. It appeals to the trust the audience has for the speaker's credibility and reliability. User: Business writing should be distant and impersonal. True False Weegy: It's true User: When writing a business proposal, you should do all of the following except what? use an emotional appeal in place of or along with a logical appeal avoid language that is too informal, uses slang or contains loaded words attempt to use jargon when possible avoid contractions or abbreviations because they are too informal and/or easily confused Weegy: When writing a business proposal, you should do all of the following except attempt to use jargon when possible. [smile] (More)
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Research should ______ your argument. defend complicate assist
Weegy: assist User: Choose the source that would most likely support the claim below. People are more likely to buy products from a business that supports the community. a survey about consumer spending habits a newspaper article about the local economy Weegy: source that would most likely support the claim below. People are more likely to buy products from a business that supports the community. [ a survey about consumer spending habits a newspaper article about the local economy ] (More)
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