Tips for Translating into “Logical English”
You can’t really use logic to analyze an argument until you have translated it into what I call “logical English”. This means that every sentence has to be symbolized by a letter, and those letters have to be connected by logical operators. The best way to be sure you are doing this right is to write each sentence once, and then connect it to the letter that the sentence stands for. For example, an argument we discussed earlier is effectively written this way.
E= The economy continues to get worse