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    *Read the following discussion question response written by Owen, a fictional Axia student. Identify areas of vagueness and ambiguity and discuss how you could clarify the email's message using the writing principles addressed in the text.

    "Hi class,

    I don't have a lot of time to explain but off the top of my head answer is as a reader critical thinking affects me all ways Not just reading but writing too. Sometimes what I read I must write about later like this discussion question so clearly I have to read. Clear writing is the hardest thing in the world.

    Though I don't the average writer has to write business rapports which can build report and be inter personal. In critical writing, writers construct sentences with clear intentions.

    Business people write fast because the business people I know are always in a hurry.

    Business reading is reports, memos and articles. My aunt is a university professor and she writes articles for journals. She is smart and a better writer than my uncle who is a businessman. So critical writers are better than business writers. But critical writing like argumentative essays have structure, so business writing has structure too. It's not a matter of one kind of writing being harder than the other it's that the structure is harder.



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    The response addresses the queries posted in 631 words with references.

    //Before, we discuss about the areas of vagueness and ambiguity, we have to first of all, understand about critical writing, so that it is clear, what being read and written, in a proper way. So, first of all, we will discuss about critical writing, which seems to be the most difficult thing in the world; under the heading of Introduction, for example: //


    In the above discussion, Owen wants to tell his students about critical writing. According to him critical thinking affects him in all ways, i.e. in reading, as well as, in writing. What he reads, he has to write later about it in a clear way, so that he can understand what he wrote. So, he has to read clearly, to write later about it. It is very difficult to write clearly, i.e.; the hardest thing in the world is clear writing.

    //The next part of instructions asks us to write about the areas of vagueness and ambiguity and also talks about, to ...

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