English and Literature
Submitted By anathan
Case Again Quickspeak
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ter co[poi[io[nclud[iopes that thdsfe quickspeak makes people become disorganized about what they are saying. Ideas and examples in the article are logically organized; this helps the readsgders to folldsfow the cosdfn,mntent esadasily. Brian Green also uses some contrasting transition afwdsfsdorvcxds fsadto guvcxide sdf audience such sfdas: but, howevsdfer, although, unlikely. Sentence as well as paragraph length are not too long; the paragraph structure is simple too as thezca intended audiences are for general readers. mbbkjb…...