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Argument

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catherine hawkins

on 27 April 2010

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ARGUMENT A good arguement is one in which you make a point and then provide persuasive and logical evidence to back it up. Recognize the point the author is making.
Decide if the author's support is relevant.
Decide if the author's support is adequate. An example: A. The people upstairs make alot of noise.
B. We'd better look for another apartment.
C. Roaches seem to be taking over this apartment.
Your point would be "B". The man in the photo cant sleep because the people make alot of noise upstairs and there are too many roaches.
Your two supports are "A" and "C" because the people make a lot of noise and there are to many roaches.
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