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. In which of the following situations would using the word "you" typically NOT be appropriate? (Points: 5)
When you must inform a subordinate that she has inadvertently made a costly error
When you must inform a subordinate that you have passed her idea on to your superior
When you want to focus on what the reader will gain from your new policy
When you want to congratulate your subordinate for her promotion

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    All of these uses of "you" seem appropriate.

    However, only one of these would convey a negative message.

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