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I was looking over the November 2014 exam for english language and literature and I noticed that text d had four letter to the editors from four different people. So i'm confused about how I would discuss tone when all four tones are different, and how I would include them in my introductory sentence. Would I just say "letters to the editor by x, y, z"? 

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I was looking over the November 2014 exam for english language and literature and I noticed that text d had four letter to the editors from four different people. So i'm confused about how I would discuss tone when all four tones are different, and how I would include them in my introductory sentence. Would I just say "letters to the editor by x, y, z"? 

You could say "In the first letter....", "In the second letter....", etc. 

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