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Academic writing standards often censure the use of first- and second-person pronouns such as I, me, my, you, and your. Do you think this is appropriate? Why or why not?
Yes, i do agree with this, because in formal writing there is no place for the first person because, by doing this you are putting the reader in a position that they are not familiar with and this could make untrue assumptions about the reader.
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