English--Priss

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Is it alright to ask a question again and again until you get the answer you want? Goodness, you have been responded to, and several of us read that and did not have diverging views from what Writeacher stated.
If you did the research, did the analysis, then "I" is most appropriate. If you did not, "I" is most difficult to use when stating supporting facts, research, and analysis.

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    sorry I am looking myself

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