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M 2 Dis Board: Cliches ONE PAGE
For this discussion board, you will identify 3 cliches or idioms that you use frequently in your written or oral communication. A cliche is a phrase or opinion that is overused and betrays a lack of original thought. An example of a cliche is "clear as a bell." Many English speakers who were raised in the United States understand this cliche, but it makes no sense when taken literally and could confuse non-native, but fluent English speakers.
In nearly all cases, cliches should be avoided in business communication.
For this discussion board you will do the following:
- Identify 3 cliches you use that should always be avoided in business communication. You may not use "clear as a bell" in your response.
- Rewrite the identified cliches using professional business language. For example, "clear as a bell" could be rewritten as "The data presented in the report is conclusive."