posted by Terry on .
I don’t have a lot of time to explain but off the top of my head answer is as a reader critical thinking affects me all ways. Not just reading but writing too. Sometimes what I read I must write about later like this discussion question so clearly I have to read. Clear writing is the hardest thing in the world.
Though I don’t the average writer has to write business rapports which can build report and be interpersonal. In critical writing, writers construct sentences with clear intentions.
Businesspeople write fast because the business people I know are always in a hurry.
Business reading is reports, memos and articles. My aunt is a university professor and she writes articles for journals. She is smart and a better writer than my uncle who is a businessman. So critical writers are better than business writers. But critical writing like argumentative essays have structure, so business writing has structure too. It’s not a matter of one kind of writing being harder than the other it’s that the structure is harder.
You do not state what you would like us to do with this, so I'll give it a grammar check.
line 1 = the answer or my answer
after question, a comma = question, so clearly...
Paragraph 2 (it's obvious you did this in a hurry!)... I don't think the average... rapports vs reports? which can build rapport...
Paragraph 3 = separate Business people..
Quetion = have you proven the following statement? "So critical writers are better than business writers."
The last line reads better with a semicolon after the other; it's... (to avoid a run-on sentence)