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Monday, December 1, 2008

Communication by lips

What do you know about it?,happy,like it,do it,need it.

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Contextual Reference

Transitional markers are words that are used to link idea together so that the text is easier to read.Pronouns such asit,they,them,I,he,she,which,who,whose,that,such,one ,and demonstrative adjectives such as this,that,these and those,are often used as tranditional markers to refer to a word mentioned earlier in the sentences or paragraph.Their function is to take your thoughts back to something that has already been mentioned.Other words that are often used to refer backwards are the former,the latter,the first,second,etc.,the last.

Friday, July 4, 2008


AGantt chart is a special chart that is used for scheduling and tracking the key events and
steps that are necessary to complete a project.AGantt chart shows the steps involved in a
project and their relationships over time.
The Gantt chart in Table 1.2 has been created by Armin Ahzab.Armin is a Development
Team Leader at D’light Advertising.Armin’s Gantt chart shows the key events and steps
that are involved in developing an advertising clip for Brio Confectionery’s latest product
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Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Graphics Aids in Business Communication

Graphic aids are an important part of business communication.Tables are one of the most
common of these aids.All graphic aids that are not tables are considered figures.The most
common types of graphic aids are bar graphs,pictographs,line graphs,pie graphs,
organization charts,flowcharts,line drawings,cutaway drawings,and photographs.



Tables are very commonly used for presenting numerical data.They are convenient for presenting lots of data and for giving absolute values when precision is very important.
However,since they present items one at a time in columns

tables emphasize the discrete rather than the continuous.
Tables are not predominantly visual;the reader’s mind must
translate each number into a relationship with every other number.This makes it difficult to show trends or direction in the data.

Bar Graph

A bar graph uses bars of equal width in varying lengths to represent•a comparison of items at one particular time;•a comparison of items over time;•changes in one item over time;or•a comparison of portions of a single item.The horizontal and vertical axes represent the two elements being illustrated,such astime and quantity.Bars can extend in either a vertical or horizontal direction.Bars canalso appear on both sides of the axis to indicate positive and negative quantities.
Bargraphs cannot represent exact quantities or provide comparisons of quantities asprecisely as tables can.But bar graphs are generally useful for readers who want tounderstand overall trends and comparisons.


A pictograph is a variation of a bar graph that uses symbols instead of bars to illustratespecific quantities of items.
Normally,a pictograph shows the changes in particular itemsover a period of time.The symbols should realistically correspond to the items,such as acow representing milk production.Pictographs provide novelty and eye-catching appeal,particularly in documents intended for consumers.
Pictographs are limited,however,because symbols cannot adequately represent exact figures or fractions.

Line Graphs

A line graph uses a line between the horizontal and vertical axes to show changes in therelationship between the elements represented by the two axes.Line graphs usually plotchanges in quantity or in position and are particularly useful for illustrating trends.However,line graphs suffer from the same weakness as pictographs.Three or four linesrepresenting different items can appear on the same graph for comparison.The linesmust be distinguished by colour or design,and a key must identify them.

Pie Charts

A pie chart or a pie graph is a circle representing a whole unit,with the segments of the cir-cle,or pie,representing portions of the whole.These charts are often used to indicate

Seeking Employment

When you apply for a job,your prospective employer wants to know about you.He would especially want to understand your qualifications and your prior work experience.Some companies obtain this information by getting their prospective
employees to fill up a job application form.Other companies may require their prospective employees to supply a resume with their application.Aresume is a summary or inventory of your qualifications and experience.Your resume should include your
•training and skills
Your resume should not include personal information such as your marital status,yourdate of birth,etc.
Resumes help employers
•become familiar with a potential employee's work and education prior to the interview
•by serving as a reminder,after an interview,of an employee's assets;and
•screen out unqualified applicants in a highly competitive marketplace.

Companies today receive many resumes every month.Your resume must stand out
above the rest and provide your prospective employer with a strong picture of your