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What experiences (good or bad) have you (or someone you know) had with the IRS (or any other taxing authority)?
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To become more sensitive to our tendencies to confuse facts and inferences, for the next 24hours pay attention to the language you use to describe people and interactions. Listen for words such as “is” and “are” that imply factual information. Do you find instances in which tentative language would be more accurate?
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To become more sensitive to our tendencies to confuse facts and inferences, for the next 24hours pay attention to the language you use to describe people and interactions. Listen for words such as “is” and “are” that imply factual information. Do you find instances in which tentative language would be more accurate?
Weegy: In order to express tentative statements you can use limiting words, modal verbs, [ and softening or hedging verbs. Limiting words Examples of limiting words possible or possibly probable or probably likely. Limiting words in sentences It is possible that the use of a different model… It is likely that vinculin localises in low amounts at the basement membrane… ] User: describe your observations. Be specific and use examples. Weegy: well this assignment was likely for you to observe yourself. All I can do is give you pointers for answers to your questions. (More)
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Do you find instances in which tentative language would be more accurate? User: describe your observations. Be specific and use examples.
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