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Grammar and Proofreading Course by Pam Helling

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The Grammar and Proofreading Course Course Code 94086

INSTRUCTIONS: Record your answers on one of the scannable answer forms enclosed with this course. Please follow the directions on the form carefully. Be sure to keep a copy of the completed answer forms for your records. No photocopies will be graded. When completed, mail your answer form to:

American Management AssociationEducational ServicesP.O. Box 133Florida, NY 10921

1. The three C’s are:

(a) concise, clear, and correct.

(b) concise, quick, and correct.

(c) corporate, company, and colleague.

(d) concise, clear, and coherent.

2. How might you look if your correspondence needs improvement?

(a) Too busy to bother.

(b) Unprofessional.

(c) Ignorant.

(d) All of the above.

3. PAT stands ...

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