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Subject-verb agreement is an example of which communication characteristic? a. Communication is complicated. b. Communication follows rules. c. Communication involves content and relationship dimensions. d. Communication is irreversible.
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Subject-verb agreement is an example of the communication characteristic communication follows rules.
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