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Which of the following is not a good guideline to follow when writing to international audiences? a. write in the reader's language if you have any knowledge of the language at all; doing so greatly increases goodwill, even if you make mistakes. b. Be aware that the reader benefits that would motivate a U.S. audience may need to be changed for international readers. c. Avoid slang, contractions, and sports metaphors. d. Make requests more indirect, unless you know that your reader understands North American behavior.