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When writing for emphasis one should ____________. a. use passive voice b. use active voice c. use multiple adverbs d. omit the actor from the sentence
When writing for emphasis one should use active voice.
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The problem with using colloquial language in academic writing is that colloquial language is: a. is too informal and not precise enough. b. too specialized for most disciplines and professions. c. tends to be biased and submits to false generalizations. d. is more elaborate than its subject requires.
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The problem with using colloquial language in academic writing is that colloquial language is: too informal and not precise enough.
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One way to eliminate sexist language in your writing is to _________. a. use man or words containing man to refer to both genders b. avoid the generic, he, the male pronoun used to refer to both genders c. address mature women by Mrs. or Miss d. use occupational and social stereotypes to clarify gender
Weegy: One way to eliminate sexist language in your writing is to: avoid the generic, he, the male pronoun used to refer to both genders. (More)
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