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Asked in Academic Writing, Business Writing
What kinds of statements would be considered inappropriate in formal writing?
Any statement that uses improper grammar, texting language, strays from the subject, or includes wording reflecting a highly emotional state would be considered inappropriate in formal writing. Informal greetings using Hi, Hey, etc. are inappropriate when writing a formal letter. For more information about formal writing, visit the Related Link. ...
Asked in Academic Writing
What is the definition for formal writing?
The definition of formal writing is basically a kind of letter writing that is sent to a boss or someone that is higher in position than you, and it is a kind of letter that is serious (no joking allowed in a formal writing) and it only sticks to the subject. ...
Example of technical writing under formal definition?
Formal technical writing is primarily used for instruction or direction manuals. An example of formal technical writing would be the instructions that come with a piece of pre-fabricated furniture. ...
Asked in Educators, Keyboarding
Should teachers allow students to use text acronyms and abbreviations in formal writing?
No. Formal writing is just that: formal writing. The text acronyms that you are speaking about may not be used by other cultures and they will change. If formal writing is used, others will understand it. What if I wrote" don't forget to pull the chain" or "the Iron curtain". You wouldn't know what I meant. ...
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the differences between formal and creative writing?
formal writing is for posh men, who eat cow poo, like youre father, informal writing is all about sex and babies ...
Asked in English Language, Communication
Which topic would lend itself only to a formal style of writing?
One example of an appropriate topic for formal writing would include a speech for an award acceptance. A scholarly research paper also requires a formal style of writing. ...
Asked in Possessive Nouns
What is the possessive form of France?
It depends--if your writing is not-so-formal, go ahead and use the phrase "France's..." If your writing is more formal than not-so-formal, use the phrase "...of France," unless your writing is riddled with too many prepositions already. ...