Kiera requested Ronald, her manager, for an extended break from work because she wanted to take a three-month course in gemology. However, Ronald refused to grant her leave. He explained to Kiera in a face-to-face meeting that there were too many projects with deadlines nearing, and he could not afford to let employees take long breaks Although argumentative at first, Kiera understood the problem and consented to stay and work. Which of the following is a reason why oral communication was more appropriate than written communication for Ronald to use in this situation?
Oral communication provides no opportunity for questions to be asked and answered.
Oral communication is more persuasive than written communication.
Oral communication becomes a permanent record that can be saved.
Oral communication can be revised several times before being sent
Oral communication provides more time to analyze the message than written communication.