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It seems a bit counterintuitive to think that learning to do something as output would help with input. It can seem like putting the cart before the horse, but I have to agree that if often brings the greatest understanding. Trying to write an inference helps readers see them in their reading. I guess it is a good reminder to let it all flow in whatever way it come most easily with lots of time and opportunities for connections. Good work, as usual!

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