Which is not a purpose for quoting research in your argument?
To give examples of perspectives on the issue
To focus attention on a perspective or particular piece of evidence
To highlight a very powerful phrase or excerpt by quoting the original author
To make it clear that a counterclaim represents your own thoughts and perspective
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When you use a quote, you usually use it because you agree with it. If it were a counterclaim to your main argument, why would you use it?
I would say B
Sorry typoi ment C
Sorry i was just guessing but ilooked. Over it and it was D
Here's the thing: when you use quotes, you use them respectively. Saying that a quote from someone else is from your point of view is absurd and definitely not what they're meant to do. Quotes are meant to enlighten something or kind of prove your main point. It's like when you have trouble sleeping on your old mattress and then purchase memory foam and then you're fine.
...So yes. It is D. :)