For enterprise teams, balancing communication speed and quality across digital channels is a challenge—and tradeoffs can lead to customer trust breaking down. As Gartner reported in its 2019 Brand Trust survey, 81% of customers refuse to do business...
For enterprise teams, balancing communication speed and quality across digital channels is a challenge—and tradeoffs can lead to customer trust breaking down. As Gartner reported in its 2019 Brand Trust survey, 81% of customers refuse to do business...
Effective business writing is like oil in the machine of your daily operations—it makes everything run much smoother. Improving the efficacy of your organization’s writing imparts many essential benefits: Boost productivity by reducing time spent writing and editing. Prevent miscommunications,...
Sentences are given in the active voice. Change them into passive voice by supplying a suitable verb form. 1. Close the windows. Let the windows ................... close are closed be closed Correct! Wrong! When we change an imperative sentence to passive voice, we use let...
Fill in the blanks. Answers Hearing a noise, the thief ran away. He is too fat to walk fast. Although he left home early, he… Continue reading Source link
A complex sentence is a sentence with one independent clause and at least one dependent clause. It works best when you need to provide more information to explain or modify your sentence’s main point. Complex sentences are easy...
The decision of whether to capitalize the word “the” in front of a country name can be a tricky one for a couple of reasons. First, you will likely see capitalization used in different ways...
Fill in the blanks. Answers Both of us were ill, so we didn’t go to school. Neither of these answers is correct. Both my parents… Continue reading Source link
Noun clauses are subordinate clauses that act as nouns. Gee, that seemed obvious! They can perform any of the noun jobs. We'll explore them acting as subjects, direct objects, objects of the preposition, and predicate nouns.I'll show you what...
Fill in the blanks with an appropriate conjunction, preposition or transitional adverb. 1. ……………………….. the girl tried her best, she could not get the first rank. Correct! Wrong! Though is a conjunction; use it to introduce a clause. 2. She tried her best;...
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