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    Can someone please help me answer this?

    How degress of spokenness or writtenness impact on how info. is structured and organized?

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    Re: Mode

    Quote Originally Posted by Fame View Post
    Can someone please help me answer this?

    How degress of spokenness or writtenness impact on how info. is structured and organized?
    Where does this come from? I have never seen 'spokenness' or 'writtenness'.

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    Re: Mode

    This is from the English Grammarcourse that I'm taking. It is not easy to understand how to approach this question....

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    Re: Mode

    Quote Originally Posted by Fame View Post
    This is from the English Grammarcourse that I'm taking. It is not easy to understand how to approach this question....
    How is information structured and organised differently depending on whether it is spoken or written? (Note: I'm not sure what distinction they are making between structuring and organising information. I think this is a case of the author hedging their language by using two words in case one doesn't contain all the necessary information. This is hugely common in English).

    Who is running your English Grammar course?

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