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Writing to Argue, Persuade and Advise

Writing to Argue

An argument concerns an issue on which people hold different views. Good arguing
doesn't mean ranting on about your own views; it means having an opinion and giving evidence to
support it.

It's good to begin with a bold opening statement…

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Build confidence- Build the reader's confidence. Show them that you know what you're talking
Set out options- Set out the options. Advising is about highlighting the options a person has and
letting them making the final decision. Feel free to give your opinion on the options, but
remember- you're…


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