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please can you help me to arrange if my answers are correct.

1. subject - the audience from ahich you are writing
2. puropose - the reason you are writing
3. readers- the physical, economic political and ethical use place in which the audience will read he document
4. context of use- the topic about which you are writing.

other questions

1. a genre is a type of technical document .. true or false
2.proofreading and copyediting are the same thing.. true or false

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    Only # 2 is correct.

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