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Need to practice your communication skills for an upcoming job interview? Try solving these Written Communication interview questions that test knowledge of grammar and punctuation, clear and concise writing, email etiquette, and other communication skills. We’ll provide feedback on your answers, and you can use a hint if you get stuck.

These Written Communication interview questions are examples of real tasks used by employers to screen job candidates for a variety of job roles, including managers, salespeople, project managers, and others that need to have strong written communication skills in business-level English.

1. Poor Lighting

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Written Communication English Language Grammar and Punctuation New Public

You drafted an email on your phone in poor lighting while in transit. Now back in the office, you need to proofread what you wrote before sending it out. Read the email draft below.

The agenda for next week’s meeting includes presentations from both the marketing and sales teams. Marisol, you will need to has completed the analysis of the most recent campaign by then. You guys need to present slides of those outcomes at the meeting, OK? Meanwhile, Lucas should do something similar for the sales team. Rather than presenting individual case studies, tries to analyze the quarter as a whole this time. Let's nail these presentations and show the executives how much improvement we have made?

Which sentences have errors in grammar or punctuation?

(Select all acceptable answers.)

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2. Meeting Summaries

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Written Communication Clear and Concise New Public

Your assistant attended several meetings on your behalf while you were out on sick leave. You need to include a summary of each meeting in your next team newsletter. For each meeting below, choose the clearest and most concise way to restate the key points your assistant compiled.

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