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By Robert M. Woelfle

ISBN-10: 0879422831

ISBN-13: 9780879422837

Supplying the most recent strategies in a single easy-to-use resource, this useful advisor offers readers the heritage they should make hugely subtle technical presentations--written, oral, even special effects. It covers the fundamental materials for all potent shows, together with easy methods to lessen instruction rate and time, the right way to determine varieties and caliber of visible aids, and masses extra.

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Some writing—-just like some speaking—simply doesn't call for them. For example, if you're describing a disk drive (instead of telling how to use it), you probably won't need personal pronouns at all: "A disk drive has three 20 THE NEW WAY TO WRITE major components: the housing mechanism, the drive head, and the . "). The key, then, isn't really to use personal pronouns: the key is to stop avoiding them. You don't try to use pronouns when you're talking, but you certainly don't try to avoid them, either, do you?

For example, if you're describing a disk drive (instead of telling how to use it), you probably won't need personal pronouns at all: "A disk drive has three 20 THE NEW WAY TO WRITE major components: the housing mechanism, the drive head, and the . "). The key, then, isn't really to use personal pronouns: the key is to stop avoiding them. You don't try to use pronouns when you're talking, but you certainly don't try to avoid them, either, do you? Just use the same system for your writing. So get rid of that tyrannical mental editor.

What's the difference: voice and tense? Some people confuse passive voice and past tense. No. Passive voice and past tense may sound alike, but they're completely different. Here's a verb with passive voice and past tense: The file cabinet was moved. And here's proof we don't need to use passive voice for something that happened in the past: The contractor moved the file cabinet. That sentence is still past tense but now in active voice. Voice, as we've seen, refers to whether or not the subject is the actor in the sentence.

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