Changing this sentence: Did your car’s braking problems materialize subsequent to our recall effort? to this: Did your car’s braking problem

Changing this sentence: Did your car’s braking problems materialize subsequent to our recall effort? to this: Did your car’s braking problem appear after our recall effort? is an example of using __________________.

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  1. Answer:

    Plain language

    Explanation:

    Communication refers to conveying messages, views or ideas for right comprehension. An essential feature of communication is of message getting conveyed as it was intended to.

    Wherein a message is wrongly construed or interpreted, no communication has been effected. One of the limitations of communication being use of jargon or technical terms.

    In the given case, familiar words have replaced technical words such as, “materialize” being replaced by “appear” and “subsequent” being replaced by “after“. This is an example of using simple, plain language intended for better comprehension and understanding.

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