Which of the following is correct regarding use of formal English? A. Formal English is used more frequently in speaking than in writing. B. Contractions are considered acceptable in any formal document. C. When completing a r sum , it's best keep the language informal. D. In formal English, we use words to say precisely what we mean.
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The following is correct regarding use of formal English: In formal English, we use words to say precisely what we mean.
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