Argument<br />These two people are arguing about one topic that there is no wrong or right answers. A good argument is supported by good reasons<br />
Propose/Proposition<br />When an animal or a human makes a suggestion or a plan about something.<br />
Oppose/Opposition<br />I chose this because it shows that the old man is against something or someone.<br />
Imperative<br />I chose this one because these people are required to be in class so they can learn something, even though they are slackers.<br />
Assert<br />I chose this picture because the man is showing that he was showing the end and now he shows that the end is never going to happen. Which means he thinks the truth is that the end is going to happen. Then he’ll think the truth is that the end will never happen.<br />
Refute<br />I chose this one because it shows a good reason for refute and because the scientist is showing something that is wrong.<br />
Detrimental<br />I chose this one because these two chickens are showing a reason for detrimental. This is bad for there health.<br />
Generalize/Generalization<br />I chose this picture because the fish are forming general ideas about what the one gold fish is doing.<br />
Ambiguous<br />I chose this one because its not clear to me and it is weird in a few ways.<br />
Globalization<br />I chose this one because it shows that people are letting women and children do things first before men.<br />
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