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"In what are the purpose, audience, tone, and content different for interpersonal and business communication? Provide specific examples to support your answer.

Consider your own experience as you answer this questions. If you have not worked in a business environment, you may ask a friend, parent, or other adult about his or her experience."

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This posting offers ideas about how various business genres compare and contrast in terms of purpose, audience, tone, and content. It lists specific examples to support the answer and also offers personal experience to exemplify.

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Purpose-the purpose of interpersonal communication is to build relationships and allow individuals to convey a point. The purpose of business communication varies, but it is usually to communicate work-related information to others in the company. For example, I communicate with my friends. We also use interpersonal communication through hand gestures, facial expressions, and attitudes. This display helps ...

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