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People who can understand each other and share similar ethical perspectives can form a discourse community irrespective of the size of the community under consideration As a result any single person inevitably belongs to at least one communityThomas Deans stated that Once one earns membership writing becomes a tool for action within the community By acting in a new discipline community we have to be aware of the proper use of language and certain rules in order to communicate with others effectively In a situation where two letters are written to different audiences it normally involves more than two distinctive discourse communities a formal writing to the professor and a usual conversation style writing to my peer friend In both letters I wrote about an anecdote which happened in my Food Culture and Language class Since I communicated with the same class professor through writing my letter was a feedback to him so that he would know what I thought about the class Writing enabled me to interact efficiently with my professor outside the classroom At the outset I wrote Dear XXX professor as salutation since my intention was to create a positive impression towards him Basically I focused on how I felt about the class including the difficult level of materials covered in the 3-hour-class the amount of homework and the new knowledge which benefited me the most For instance I wrote Personally the last part of class is really fascinating because I can practice cooking skills with chef I even added my personal background afterwards so that the professor would understand my great passion for cooking Meanwhile my best friend would definitely know my enthusiasm for cooking and my three-year cooking experience are the reasons why I love Food Culture and Language class In English discourse especially in college writing I deliberately crafted every sentence I wrote as a way not only to show my written English
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