The Business Communication Toolkit has yet another powerful tool for you: a special section with 21 red flags to help you avoid some of the most common errors in communications.
Spell-check won’t catch them, and they’re often missed in proofreading. They’re the Grammar and Word Usage Errors you’ll find in Part III of the Business Communication Toolkit. These all-too-common red flags include:
Adverse/averse • affect/effect • amount/number; fewer/less • composed of/comprise • could of/could have • feel bad/feel badly • irregardless/regardless • lay/lie • that/which • unique (hint: there are no degrees of uniqueness) • and 11 more.
Many people have been using such words erroneously since grade school. They can derail the meaning of your message, not to mention your professionalism. But there’s no need to feel bad about it. Simply use the Business Communication Toolkit to stop writing badly.
Whether you want to avoid errors or become a better writer – or both – the Business Communication Toolkit will be your powerful ally, always ready to help you proofread your work, maintain a consistent style and polish your documents so your audience understands your message on first reading. It’s a lot easier to be persuasive when you’re clear and concise!
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Phillip A. Ash