Back in the old days when secretaries efficiently typed business letters from dictation or shorthand, they got it right – to the letter. These days, we often need to type our own correspondence.Sett...
Writing for a global audience: 4 common phrases to avoid
With almost 400 million people speaking English as their first language, and a billion more knowing it as a secondary language, English has emerged in the past few decades as the international language with many businesses mandating English as their common corporate language. Although buzz phrases are best avoided in all business communications, they can be particularly problematic when writing for a global audience.
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