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Babu
Babu Nov 7
We have often heard people use the word ; 'Implied'.


That which is not stated directly is Implied.

These may be anything.

But mostly  meaning truths.



Vs may bring in more of these....


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burao
burao Nov 7
An Implied News coverage:-

News papers have to cover a large volume of news in a few pages. This needs effective presention of a condensed version of different news. The journalism courses train students in the art.

In one journalism class quiz, the teacher gave a four column article on recent extensive floods in a neighboring town where the river overflowed in town and covering even the train tracks and asked the students to rewrite a condensed version of the article in minimum number of sentences.

One of the students answered the quiz in only one sentence.
"Where the town was the river is"
Babu
Babu Nov 7
Nicely put (by the student)...
VASS
VASS Nov 8
My dear All rounder,

 I am not that well versed in English but when we studied in school we were trained how to rewrite the given subject to 1/3 rd.

 Most of my comments are short & to the point.

Babu
Babu Nov 8
That is called Precis writing. You are good at that VAST.