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Are there alternatives to 'in such a way'?
Is there any reason you prefer not to use in such a way that?
Are complex sentences uncommon or unwanted in English?
Sentences in Italian are longer for the fact Italian words are generally longer than English words; other factors contribute to make Italian sentences longer, as the fact that, or the is normally not omitted in Italian sentences (compare I think you are right with penso che tu abbia ragione) and the genitive is rendered with of (compare Michelle's book with il libro di Michela).