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malginator

  • 4 years ago

How to write a counterargument on not moving in a neighborhood?

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  1. shellziebell
    • 4 years ago
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    A counter argument works to argue against an author (or person's) primary claim. So in your case, if the initial claim was "I want to move into X neighborhood" a simple counterargument could be: "The X neighborhood isn't an ideal location to live because _____(it's expensive, hard to get to, smells, etc.)" -- is that what you are asking?

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