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English, 08.11.2019 12:31 gunaranjan09

Why is it to set a purpose for reading?
a.
it the reader understand new concepts.
b.
it allows the reader to debate the author's purpose for writing.
c.
it allows the reader to focus on key ideas and information during the reading.
d.
the reader can learn more about the writer's personal experiences and attitudes.

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