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October, 2008


October 20, 2008  2:23 PM

Quiz: Writing for business — complementary or complimentary?



Posted by: Ivy Wigmore
Business writing, commonly confused words, complementary/complimentary, grammar, Quiz

laptop.jpg Which is correct? According to a recent report, the more expensive your hotel is, the less likely it is to provide...

October 17, 2008  12:31 PM

Writing for business – parallel structure



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
parallel structure, series

social_network.jpg The company's goals for social networking include listening to customers,...


October 16, 2008  2:38 PM

Quiz: Writing for business — split infinitives



Posted by: Ivy Wigmore
Business writing, grammar, Quiz, split infinitives

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October 16, 2008  11:54 AM

Writing for Business – I/me



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
I/me

handshake2.jpg Which is correct? The vendor promised both my boss and ______ that their new product is backwards...


October 15, 2008  12:32 PM

Writing for Business – is / are



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
is / are, subject-verb agreement

microsoft_windows_hyper-v.jpg Which is correct? Each of the child partitions _____  isolated. a. is b....


October 14, 2008  11:53 AM

Writing for Business – besides or beside



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
besides / beside

router.jpg Which is correct? Look _________ the printer; the router is there. a. beside b. besides
...


October 13, 2008  2:16 PM

Writing for business – comparisons



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
comparisons

post-it.jpg The programmers have discovered that they can address issues more effectively through story selection meetings ...


October 10, 2008  12:35 PM

Writing for business – ensure, insure, assure



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
assure, Business writing, ensure, insure

Which is correct? The job of the CIO is to _______ that the company’s information technology investments are aligned with its...


October 9, 2008  9:26 AM

Quiz: Writing for business — relative pronouns and verb agreement



Posted by: Ivy Wigmore
agreement, Business writing, grammar, plural/singular, Quiz, relative pronouns

handshake.jpg Which is correct? IAM is a combination of business processes, policies and technologies that ______...


October 8, 2008  10:13 AM

Quiz: Writing for business — ensure or assure?



Posted by: Ivy Wigmore
Business writing, ensure/assure, grammar, Quiz

swear.jpg Which is correct? The purpose of regression testing is to ______ that the software continues to function as expected...


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