Lesson 1, Topic 1
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3.1 Facts and opinions are identified and distinguished.

ryanrori December 29, 2020

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FACT: Statement of actuality or occurrence. A fact is based on direct evidence, actual experience or observation. Example: The Nile is the longest river in Africa.

OPINION: Statement of believe or feeling. It shows one’s feeling about a subject. Solid opinions, while based on facts, are someone’s views on a subject and not facts themselves.

Example:  Shakespeare is extremely interesting to read.