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Argumentative Essay


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  • Q1

    In writing an argumentative essay, which of the following is an acceptable wayof getting the reader’s attention?

    Use of statistics 

    Restatement of thesis statement

    Use of evidences

    Use of question

  • Q2

    What should be given to back up the writer’s reasons for his claim or standabout an issue?



    Thesis Statement


  • Q3

    What part of the essay is the writer’s claim found?

    At the end of the first paragraph

    in the second paragraph

    in the last paragraph

    at the title of the essay

  • Q4

    How will the background information about the topic help the reader?

    to oppose the writer

    to prepare the reader 

    to help the reader gain more information about the topic and decide whether to oppose or believe the reader's stance

    to have more time to read the essay

  • Q5

    Which of the following should be not be given in the conclusion of the essay?

    Giving of additional evidences

    Restatement of the thesis statement

     Call-to-action Statement

    Summary of the argument


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