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In persuasive writing, reasoning is the process of moving from _______ to conclusion. A. introduction. B. claim. C. evidence. D. argument.
In persuasive writing, the reasoning is the process of moving from argument to conclusion.
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In persuasive writing, the reasoning is the process of moving from argument to conclusion.
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An argument is an attempt to develop a position using evidence and reasoning.
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When an author's purpose is to inform, the author provides information about a topic without attempting to convince the reader of a particular point of view.
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Which of the following words means "lasting or not permanent"? A. Equitable B. Transient C. Oppressive D. Fluctuation
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When an author's purpose is to inform, the author provides information about a topic without attempting to convince the reader of a particular point of view.
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Night is the name of the book Elie Wiesel wrote about his time in the concentration camp at Buchenwald.

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Night is the name of the book Elie Wiesel wrote about his time in the concentration camp at Buchenwald.

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Words and phrases that are specifically related to a topic are known as: domain-specific vocabulary.
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