Which of the following should you ask yourself when analyzing structure? How are the sentences written—are they simple or complex, short and choppy, or long and hard to read? Do the words have additional meaning that might point to the author’s viewpoint? What is the topic? What is the source of the details—personal experience, experiments, scholarly sources, or facts?

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When you analyze a structure of a writing or some articles, first of all you must consider the every details that could make the writings as a whole and ask what composes it and how is this structured. The best answer to this question is this sentences. "What is the source of details-personal experience, experiments, scholarly source, or facts?"

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