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Chapter 4. Sharpening Your Writing Style > Inattention to the Reader

Inattention to the Reader

Write from the readers’ perspective. What is in it for them? This means it may be more appropriate to write in the second person (you) than in the first person (I, we).

Not: We would like to invite you to attend the conference. (first person)


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