Lecture 7 Quiz 1. After you print what you expect will be your final copy, you shouldput it in an envelope and send it.quickly glance at it before sending it.read it slowly and carefully (aloud), fix any errors that you find, print it again, and read it again. delete the document from your computer and disk.2. In general, a good choice for the main part of your message isall capital letters to emphasize its importanceall boldface letters to emphasize its importancesans serif typea legible font -- large enough to be read easily.3. If you are submitting your piece to a newspaper for publication, you should not worry about proofreading because the professional editors at the newspaper will do that.single-space your composition.staple your pages together.follow the newspaper’s guidelines for submission.4. If you are sending a special personal message to a member of your family, you should not bother with special “packaging” because the person loves you anyway.try to think of a “package” that will be specially suited to this message and its recipient.expect to receive a similar message in return.be sure it is typed.5. If you are sending a message to a large number of people, most of whom you don’t know personally, you can improve the response to your mailing by using an envelope that will attract favorable attention.putting a short message on the outside of the envelope that will arouse curiosity.carefully selecting your audience to fit your purpose.All of the above.6. An application letter to a prospective employer will definitely be thoroughly read.probably will not be read if something about it creates a bad impression.should be in a bright red envelope.should be delivered by you personally.7. When you receive a writing assignment in a school or job situation, you shouldbe sure to meet all requirements of the assignment.adhere to the deadline.submit a neat, well-written product.All of the above.