10 Kinds of Audiences We Always Write For

10 Kinds of Audiences We Always Write For

When we write we write for a someone else or a certain group. In our society, most writings are directed to serve some of the following audiences or readers: 
(1) Yourself
(2) A teacher
(3) A friend
(4) Parents
(5) People you don’t know
(6) People in authority
(7) Your group or class
(8) Newspaper readers
(9) People who think like you
(10) A mixture of these

The type of audience we write for determines the kind of language we use, modality of our presentation, and the content of our writing.

Sweetman, Jim (1992) Language Links Two, Collins Educational, London.

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