Assignment GDB Solution: ENG201 Business and Technical English Writing

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ENG201 Assignment 2 Solution Fall 2017

Q1. Suppose you are Regional Sales Manager of Merck & Co. and your company has formulated a revolutionary drug named MK-5172A for the cure of Hepatitis C virus. Write down a Direct Business Message to the pharmaceutical stores’ management for the sales purpose and use the following organizational chart in your business message for highlighting […]

ENG201 GDB Solution Spring 2017

“A business that makes nothing but money is a poor business. Do you agree?” A business that makes nothing but money is a poor kind of business. Money is the way one keeps score. But money is not the game. And the game’s the thing. There are people around here who start companies just to make money, but the great […]

ENG201 Assignment 2 Solution Spring 2017

Q1. You are employed in an indigenous EFU insurance company. The personnel manager, concerned about poor staff morale following the closure of a small nearby branch and redundancies in two others, has asked the office supervisor to look into the problem. Assuming that you are the office supervisor, write a memorandum to the personnel manager […]

ENG201 Assignment 3 Solution Feb 2015

Q.1 Write a paragraph of 150 to 200 words on ‘the effects of isolation on human life’. THE EFFECTS OF ISOLATION ON HUMAN LIFE Isolation in human life refers to loneliness or living alone. Isolation is a complex and usually unpleasant emotional response to loneliness or lack of companionship. Isolation typically includes anxious feelings about a […]

ENG201 Business and Technical English Writing Assignment 3 Spring 2014

Q.1      Write an analogy paragraph of 150-200 words describing the process of ‘Reading a good book’ Note: In the analogy paragraph, use a valid analogy to describe the process of book reading. Avoid using a weak analogy. Solution: Analogy examples with corresponding meanings are the best way to show the meaning of the word “analogy.” The following is a list of some […]

ENG201 Business and Technical English Writing GDB Solution Spring 2014

Graded Discussion Board for Business and Technical English (Eng201) will open on 17-07-2014. Its closing date is 18-07-2014. Give your views on any ONE the following topics: 1. “Revolution is an outdated slogan in today’s world”. Comment 2.”Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect. Comment […]

ENG201 Business and Technical English Writing Final Paper March 2014

informational reports diff b/w good,bad and effective listening how instructions are written topic sentence and its function Questions of 3 marks correction in sentences preperation before speech importance of correctness charts are very informative.explain Questions of marks 2 Define diagram use of ! 1 disadvantage of overblown of presentation

ENG201 Business and Technical English Writing Assignment 3 Solution Fall 2013

Q.1. Keeping in mind the current talk of gender-biasness in present day market, produce two paragraphs separately on the topic of ‘Role of women in Modern Day Job System’. The first paragraph should contain the elements of gender-biasness and the second one should be gender-bias free. Each paragraph should NOT exceed the word limit of 150-200 words. […]

ENG201 Business and Technical English Writing GDB Solution Fall 2013

“Do you think that language learning can better be learnt in a synchronous mode (simultaneous/real time communication with immediate feedback, e.g. webinars, chat forums) or asynchronous mode (communication with delayed feedback, e.g. emails, discussion boards, assignments), or a blend of the two?” Solution: Asynchronous learning is based on constructivist theory, a student-centered approach that emphasizes the […]

ENG201 Business and Technical English Writing Assignment 2 Solution Fall 2013

Q.1. Read the following memorandum and answer the questions given below:                                                                                                Marks 2+2+2+4 = 10 As I’ve conversed with many of you over the past several months, I’ve frequently heard you inquire, “Are we attempting to manufacture too many new products? Do we really require such an extensive line?” My initial response is to emphasize the importance of […]