Strictly speaking (TEFC)

United States, 1980

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Edwin Newman runs a group session to demonstrate common communication faults. Directives should be: clear, concise, concrete, creative, correct. Avoid: redundancy (repitition), jargon, “ising”, overuse and misuse of words.
Based on Edwin Newman’s books Strictly speaking, and A Civil tongue.

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Cally Curtis Company

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00:30:53:00

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United States
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1980

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