Commonplace assertion, fact or opinion

COMMONPLACE ASSERTION, FACT OR OPINION Commonplace assertion

A common unfounded belief. Playing with frogs gives you

warts. Boys are stronger than girls.

All Pittbulls are dangerous. opinion

A personal belief, feeling, or judgment. factual claim

These claims are based on facts, or information that can be proved or verified by a reliable source.

inference An intelligent guess or conclusion drawn from evidence.

objective Factual claims are objective. They are

based on evidence, not on personal opinions. subjective

It cannot be proved.

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