You, as the reader, should always be drawing conclusions. So, I’m going to write that point up here on the board. Always be drawing conclusions.
In many cases, the conclusion of a writing will not be stated directly, and you’ll have to infer it from the information you already know, and the information you were gathering from the text.
So, those situations are very difficult, and it’s vital that you are always drawing conclusions because you never know when the right time to draw the conclusion will be.
In this case, we’re talking about conclusions that are stated directly, and these are much easier to find. However, you don’t know where in the paper you are going to find this conclusion that is stated directly.
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