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Introduction to Basic Writing CA Foundation notes

Introduction to Basic Writing– CA Foundation, CPT notes, PDF

This article is about Introduction to Basic Writing- BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE AND REPORTING for CA foundation CPT students. we also provide PDF file at the end.

Introduction to Basic Writing

Introduction to Basic Writing

What we will study in this chapter:

(i) Introduction of basic writing (ii) Process of writing (iii) Styles of Writing (iv) Significance of writing skills for students (v) Writing Conventions (vi) Characteristics of good writing (vii) Do’s and Don’ts of good writing

Q.1: What is writing and why is it important?


“Writing is critical to becoming a good reader. Writing is an essential job skill. Writing is the primary basis upon which one’s work, learning, and intellect will be judged-in college, at the workplace and in the community. Writing equips us with communication and thinking skills.”.

Following reasons from the importance of writing:

  1. It is a pivotal form of communication in all walks of life.
  2. Most jobs require one to do it in some capacity, whether employed in a blue-collar job or white-collar job.
  3. It utilizes one’s intelligence, education, and critical-thinking skills.
  4. Those who write well are good for business.
  5. Language-oriented people make other jobs easier.

Q.2: What are the different styles of writing?


A writer’s style is a reflection of his or her personality, unique voice, and way of approaching the audience and readers.

However, there are four main types of writing:

(1) Expository

(2) Descriptive

(3) Persuasive

(4) Narrative

Q.3: What is the significance of writing for students?


Academic writing has always played a large and central role for students all over the world.

The benefits are multiple which include:

(i) It teaches students to analyze

(ii) It allows students to convey their understanding.

(iii) It has a strong focus on technique and style

(iv) It teaches students to think critically and objectively

(v) It establishes strong future career prospects.

Q.4: Narrate a short anecdote from your school life, real or imaginary, in about 125-150 words. Add all elements of storytelling. (Narrative Style).


Hint points: have character, theme, emotional.appeal, purpose, etc.

Q.5: You visited the Reliance Industries office in Mumbai and were impressed by the building and infrastructure. Describe the office in your own words, stating your feelings and perception word limit 125 (Descriptive Style)


Hint points: Location, Interior, giant building, twenty floors, pluses furnishing, eco-friendly, polite staff, ample space-well ventilated, etc.

Q.6: Write a short paragraph (125 words) persuading your younger sister to join a professional course. (Persuasive Style)


Hint point: Having a professional degree always good for future and financial independence.

Q.7: Board of directors of the company had a meeting. Write a summary of the meeting (125 words) (Expository Style)


Hint point: Place, time, purpose, agenda, people who attended, what was discussed, outcome, further steps.

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