anonymous
  • anonymous
Which statement is most accurate regarding the speaking-writing connection? A. To own a word, speak it. B. The words used by writers are not normally used in speaking. C. To own a word, write it over and over again. D. Written words seldom reflect the words people use when they speak
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adll23
  • adll23
B.) to own a word, speak it The reason why D would be incorrect is because Seldom means rarely or not often, so it would be the other way around. People who increase their speaking vocabulary will increase their writing vocabulary, and people who has poor speaking vocabulary usually have poor writing vocabulary too. "A word isn’t really yours until you’ve said it. Then, when it comes naturally in your speech, it will slip into your writing naturally, too. Often you won’t even notice that you’ve used a new word
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