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Argument ation

Yesicha Ryona A1B011041


Nike Chahyandarie A1B011078

Iwan Funai A1B011029


Echi Nurhayati A1B011068 Diyosi Saragoza A1B011079

Definition
Kind of comes out of the persuasive paragraph but in this case you are persuading the person to believe your side of the story argument, by :

Expressing an opinion,
Giving examples, evidence, facts, and rational reasons to support the opinion, Giving well-reasoned conclusions.

Purpose
To present our well-reasoned conclusions in order to persuade the audience to believe, or at least seriously consider our argumentation.

Generic Structure
Thesis
(Our statement / Introduction)

Arguments
(Our opinion, examples, evidence, facts, and rational reasons)

Reiteration
(Reinforcement / Conclusion)

Linguistic Features

(e.g.: usual, probably)

Emotive Words
(e.g.: alarmed, worried)

Words that qualify statements Words that link arguments


(e.g.: firstly, however, on the other hand, in addition, therefore)

The use of the Simple Present Tense The use of compound and complex sentence
(e.g.: but, and, so; because, since, after, although)

Example
THESIS

ARGUMENT 1

ARGUMENT 2

REITERATION

Thanks for your Attention