Lecture 2 Quiz 1. The “purpose” of a piece of writing is the subject matter of your message.what you want your audience to know, feel, or do when they finish reading. what you believe about your topic. often a long-term goal that cannot be accomplished with this one message. 2. If you are writing to persuade someone to your way of thinking, which of the following is not important to consider about your audience? what they believewhy they believe itwhich of their beliefs you agree withAll of the above are important to consider. 3. Which of the following is the most effective opening for an adjustment letter about a product with which you were dissatisfied? Congratulations on manufacturing the worst piece of junk I ever brought into my house! If you don’t give me my money back, I’ll never buy one of your products again.Yesterday I bought a [product]. It broke the first time I used it. I have used your [product] for many years and have recommended it to many of my friends. 4. Which of the following is the best conclusion to a job application letter? I’m sure you can see from this letter that I would be a great asset to your company. Please call me at 000-000-0000 to tell me when I should report to work.If you would like to talk with me, please call me at 000-000-0000. I am eager to talk with you about working for your company. Please call me at 000-000-0000 to schedule an interview.I would like to request an interview. You can reach me at 000-000-0000. 5. In considering your audience, you should consider their beliefs about your subject.their knowledge about your subject. the level of vocabulary and writing that would be appropriate for them.All of the above. 6. School writing assignments are more meaningful whenthey include an audience (even an imagined audience) other than the teacher.they have a purpose beyond demonstrating the ability to complete the assignment. the message has a real audience and a real purpose beyond the classroom.All of the above. 7. In planning support for your persuasive message you should use the first three reasons that occur to you. use as many reasons as you can think of in order to strengthen your argument.think of as many reasons as you can so that you can select those that will be most effective.forget reasons; this audience is beyond logic.