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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:28 by NZTecAdmin

When writing to communicate, writers draw on the words they use as they listen and speak and on the words they have learned from reading. Writers use this vocabulary knowledge to find the words they want to include in their texts. They need to understand the meanings of the words, their forms and functions, how the words are used in sentences and how words relate to one another. They need to be able to select words and phrases that best express their ideas and that are appropriate to their writing purpose and audience.



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