posted by Sheliah on .
You are writing to a reader who favors a different solution than the one you recommended. Which of the following is MOST likely to persuade the reader?
A. Describe your reader's solution first, explain why it won't work, and then go on to describe your own solution.
B Ignore your opponent's solution and just concentrate on your own.
C. Describe your own solution first. Then briefly say why your reader's idea won't work.
D. Go back and forth between solutions, contrasting step by step.
What do you think?
Between A and C
I like A and C also, as well as D. Does your book give you an idea of the author's preference?
The author suggest using the problem-solving pattern.
That narrows the answer to A or D.
I like D because it show step by step how the two plans compare.
A is the correct answer
Ok. Thanks for the update.