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What is the most important reason for setting a purpose before reading? a. to provide a focus and thus avoid being overwhelmed b. to collect the largest number of facts possible c. to increase your powers of concentration d. to concentrate on your personal areas of interest
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The most important reason for setting a purpose before reading is to provide a focus and thus avoid being overwhelmed.
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