Jun 26, 2014 ... Tone refers to an author's use of words and writing style to convey his or her
attitude towards a topic. ... Try and write for different audiences.
It's not always about what we write, but how we write it. In this lesson, we will
learn all about the different kinds of tone and how to make sure...
To name the different tones/attitudes in writing, you need to understand what tone
means: Tone is the attitude that a story conveys toward its subject. Say what.
Tone, in written composition, is an attitude of a writer toward a subject or an ...
place in literature as it manifests writers' attitude toward different subjects.
Tone/Attitude Words. 1. accusatory-charging of wrong doing. 2. apathetic-
indifferent due to lack of energy or concern. 3. awe-solemn wonder. 4. bitter-
Just as you speak to different people in different ways yet remain yourself, so the
tone of your writing can vary with the situation while the voice -- the essential, ...
Tone and Mood. Watch out! Tone and mood are similar!! Tone is the author's
attitude toward the writing (his characters, the situation) and the readers. A work
Six different tones are used: optimistic, bitter, tolerant, sentimental, humorous,
and objective. 1. ... The words “not really that bad” show that the writer accepts
Sep 27, 2011 ... Do you obsess about the tone of your writing as you revise? .... You will choose
different tones for different subjects, of course, just as you would ...
This section ought to be read in conjunction with the section on Writing with a
Sense ... Your behavior while attending church is different from your behavior