The Reporter – June 2020

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The Reporter – June 2020

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IN THIS ISSUE:
  • How to Use Strong Verbs to Add Punch to Your Writing
  • Zoom, Zoom, Zoom: Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Virtual Meeting
  • How to Avoid Getting Hacked when Working from Home
  • Practical Guide to Electronic Signatures
  • Leveraging Your Microsoft Assets in this Remote-Access World

From the President

Hello,

For this issue, we have included a collection of articles on technology techniques to help while you continue to work from home.

Keep us in mind when scheduling reporters, videographers, interpreters, and rooms. Our team is here to help with your schedule and to assist with the technology challenges.

Best wishes for health,
Sheila Atkinson-Baker

How to Use Strong Verbs to Add Punch to Your Writing

By Derek Haines

The difference between the terms strong verbs or weak verbs can be a little confusing at first.

There are three ways to define the strength of verbs.

First, there is a linguistic basis. Then there is a simple contrast between active and static verbs.

Lastly,  there is a literary definition.

What are strong verbs?

In a general sense, action verbs are strong verbs, and we use them to make verbs more interesting in writing and speaking.

But it is worth taking a quick English refresher class before we start. Then you can understand the three different definitions of a strong verb.

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