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An argument is when you are being persuaded to except something, it is not a difference in opinion
but a line of thinking that proves a theory or idea. There are two main parts to an argument, the
reasons and a conclusion, the more reasons the better

The conclusion sums…

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Assumptions are what we must assume for the argument to make sense. To check your assumption
add the reverse to the argument and if it doesn't make sense it is right. In an answer try to have
wording from the conclusion included in the assumption.

Conflation means using two different…

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Good words to use in the exam are: persuade, sufficient, relevant, support, statement, strengthen,
weaken, develop, plausible, rational, logical, significant, illustrate, verified and justified.


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