Everyday English- Assertion/ Assertiveness

Everyday English for Today’s People
By ©Adwoa A Akuamoah.
The noun form of assertive is Assertiveness, Not assertion.
Eg. She spoke with great assertion❌
She spoke with great assertiveness.✔️
Assertion means an emphatic declaration or statement.
Eg. She shuddered over the assertion that her husband was a thief.✔️
The assertion that he was a thief was made with much assertiveness 😛✔️
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