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Unformatted text preview: The reason why you assigned us the book called, “They Say, I Say,” is because we need to improve on our writing skills. Most of us are not at the same writing level and are not great writers, but the book supposes to help later on in the future, when we perhaps have to write a thesis for your major. I think that the book is more guided to help with persuasive writing skills then other types of writing because most of essays that we would get in college; we need to persuade why our theory is right one. In other words, we have to prove why our theory is right by giving evidence that not only supports your side of the argument, but to give evidence that on why the other side of the argument is wrong. I find the book, “They Say, I Say” very useful. The book shows me how to expand and lengthen sentence structure, so that I can get my point across clearer and have more variation in the length of sentences by using transition words. I can use transition words like: in addition or also, which helps signal the reader to see transition words....
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