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Is this sentence correct? If not, can you please help me come up with another that expresses the same thing?

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    Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum, BUT where is the sentence?

    Sra

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    Oh, sorry, forgot to copy paste... thanks for making me aware:) The sentence is

    "This often serves as an argument for why reading is important to people."

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    Looks OK.

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    You could simplify it by saying:

    This often serves as an argument for the importance of reading.

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