It's titled The Importance of every Word.
It's very important in everything that we do, that we're very careful about the usage of words
and how we how we structure our sentences
because the difference between
two sentences can be substantial. We're gonna use, um,
pretty outlandish examples. But we're going to make the point that every word you use and every sentence structured in your report should
be structured in a way to make sure that it is interpreted the proper way.
So in this video, we're going to talk about the importance of every word.
You know, there's a really great literary example from Lewis Carroll in Alison Wonderland. That's
that really establishes and kind of
gives a really good, uh,
backdrop to the idea of the importance of every word.
The March Hare went off will serve as our lesson
Then you should say what you mean. The March hare went on. I do, Alice hastily replied. At least at least I mean what I say. That's the same thing. You know,
not the same thing a bit, said the Hatter.
You might just as well say, I see what I eat is the same thing as I eat what I see.
And of course, there's always the grammatical, the funny kind of means that are out there of Let's Eat Grandma versus Let's Eat Comma Grandma
or I like cooking My family and Mike Pets, commas save lives.
while these humorous examples air being used, it's important
to remember that every word you use
and and the way in which you structure your words can change the meaning radically.
In this video, we covered the importance of every word.