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Identifying Fact and Opinion


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Opinions cannot be verified. Opinions express beliefs or attitudes.

Examples: 

This classroom is freezing cold.

Olive Garden has the best lasagna in town.

The students in this class are very smart.

OPINION: You Can Put Lipstick On The Economy, But It's Still A Pig

 

Facts can be verified. Facts are statements that can be proven true or false. Examples:

The temperature of the classroom is sixty degrees.

Olive Garden has seven locations in San Antonio

The students in this class scored in the 80th percentile.

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