#### Answer

The original argument in words for the direct reasoning form is if I know English then I can go abroad.

#### Work Step by Step

Let p and q represent two simple statements.
p : I know English.
q : I can go abroad.
Therefore,
It is a conditional statement going abroad dependent on a condition when I know English.
Direct reasoning form contains “if p then q”.
Its direct reasoning form is:
\[\begin{align}
& \underline{\begin{align}
& p\to q \\
& p \\
\end{align}} \\
& \therefore q \\
\end{align}\]
Therefore, the original argument in words for the direct reasoning form is if I know English then I can go abroad.
Hence, the assumed arguments in the direct reasoning form is:
“if I know English then I can go abroad”.