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Since classic style has thrived in English and appears in every field and situation, regardless of content, students notice instantly that the activity they are trying to learn is widely practiced.
They recognize its products in literature, manuals, guide books, news reports, book reviews, personal letters, statements of purpose, nearly anywhere they care to look, provided they know how to look.
Learning to write in a style is learning to inhabit its conceptual stand.
A style consists of a conceptual stand on some basic intellectual questions that are the elements of style.
Analyzing them makes it much easier to acquire them.