In choosing sources for the sentence task, it was necessary to consider two different sources. Firstly, the source selected had to have real subjective variations. The subjective variations are necessary to identify how the two sources differ in rhetoric and how the sources made use of facts and others. The first source selected was a non-academic article. The article did not follow the conventions used in an academic source; however, the article did make use of rhetoric style that was effective to state its argument. It was observed that more than the academic article, Schmidt (2017) article was more direct in making its point. The source was mainly selected because it was succinct and to the point. It presented the work on cultural-fit, by directly attacking the concept and presenting an argument on why it was not appropriate with a direct quote. On the other hand, the academic work of Nazir (2005) is seen to follow norms and conventions that follow a more subjective setting. While the first source could be read by everybody, people from different cultures will take it with a pinch of salt. They would not trust it completely. Nevertheless, the second academic article in being more subjective and defined within academic norms would be more persuasive content for people of different cultures.