Communication is a vital part of my life. It is obvious verbal communication is important to me because I'm often quite chatty, but written also holds significance. I respect sentences and the value a well written one adds to communication. I'm a teenager who is arguably addicted to her phone and is often texting. I can testify that there is a significant difference in the tone of a conversation when real sentences are being exchanged. When texting and using full sentences, one can be perceived as formally addressing a person in a casual way. There seems to be real value and purpose to the conversation opposed to exchanging drama with multiple abbreviations and emoticons. I also adore written communication because of the time allowed to carefully construct a sentence with value and purpose. This is important when receiving a questioning text. In addition, I am definitely one to notice a profound sentence when reading, and I often marvel at it. I even begin to envy a writer's thoughts after reading a well composed sentence.
He was a basketball player before he could walk.
She was sweating before even entering the gym.
Communication is a important necessity in my life because it helps me express my ideas and feelings. I communicate in many ways other then actually speaking such as writing, and body language. Communication is extremely vital to society because without it, we would have no way to understand how we all feel. This is the primary way we express our opinions. Each aspect of communication is important because it helps define the voice of the people and helps us build equality.
1.) She was a natural lawyer before she ever went to law
2.) The dog ran faster than his mind could think.
Mrs. Walter's AP Language Students gather here to talk about their readings and try new writing techniques.