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Written and interpersonal communication in the 21st century is clearly becoming increasingly informal I believe this is a both good and bad because you either have to talk to everyone the same or you have to take to very one differently Both ways you have to careful because we have to talk to everyone differently but in some situation we have to speak exactly the same so what is ever is said is understood how you put it Either way everyone speaks formal an informally whether they like because you dont talk to everyone the same The increasingly informal Witten and interpersonal is needed but is needs to be used carefully First when you talk to you friends and then to you family and then your co-workers its all different and usually informal and if you talked to them formally it would almost seem weird Now if you talked to people like your boss or law enforcement or like judges in and informal matter it might not turn out well The reason for it would be because of either respect and to be polite to see these figure types because of their status of power and control Another reason would be if you dont want someone to know something for many different reasons The reason may be if you trying to surprise someone or just dont want that one person to know You have to be careful how you speak to people and something for one or more different reasons Where if a surprise party information gets to the person its for it isnt really bad but if you get in trouble with the law and say your boss finds out you might get fired There are many other situations where you have to talk to people differently and people similarly When you have to talk to a lot of people and
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