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FACTS 
 PEOPLE NEED TO KNOW WHETHER OR NOT IT IS TRUE. 
 THEY USE FACTS TO REACH CONCLUSIONS ABOUT THINGS, 
 TO MAKE TH...
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 Recording people's opinions is useful to your readers or 
listeners. 
 Hearing an opinion on an issue might s...
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wisegeek.org. (2003-2014). wisegeek.org. Retrieved from http://www.wi...
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PEOPLE NEED TO KNOW WHETHER OR NOT IT IS TRUE. THEY USE FACTS TO REACH CONCLUSIONS ABOUT THINGS, TO MAKE THEIR OWN OPINIONS.
THE RUSTIC NEEDS TO KNOW THE FACTS ABOUT THE DIFFERENT MATERIALS HE CAN USE FOR HIS TOILET AND WHERE TO PLACE IT.
OF COURSE, HE ALSO NEEDS TO KNOW HOW RELIABLE THE INFORMATION IS.
IN ORDER TO DO SOMETHING WITH INFORMATION
RECORDING PEOPLE'S OPINIONS IS USEFUL TO YOUR READERS OR LISTENERS.
HEARING AN OPINION ON AN ISSUE MIGHT STIMULATE THEM TO THINK ABOUT THE ISSUE THEMSELVES.
IF THEY HEAR A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT OPINIONS, THEY CAN USE THIS INFORMATION TO BUILD UP THEIR OWN IDEAS.
THEY CAN ALSO USE OTHER PEOPLE'S OPINIONS AS MODELS FOR THEIR OWN. IF THEY READ OF SOMEONE EXPRESSING AN OPINION THEY AGREE WITH, THEY MIGHT ADOPT THAT OPINION FOR THEMSELVES.
Philosophy: “If there is no truth, there can be no knowledge. Defining what truth is and what is belief can be problematic, and the boundaries between them are a subject of philosophical debate. If it is accepted that there are objective facts which not all philosophers agree on then it can be argued that knowledge is an attempt to match beliefs with reality to develop "true beliefs. This branch of philosophy is called epistemology, which is the study of the nature of knowledge, as well as the limits of what human beings can know.
OPINION: Share someone thoughs feelings or emotions.
Opinions can be based on facts or emotions and sometimes they are meant to deliberately mislead others. A fact is a statement that can be proven true or false. An opinion is an expression of a person’s feelings that cannot be proven. Therefore, it is important to be aware of the author’s purpose and choice of language. Sometimes, the author lets the facts speak for themselves.An opinion is a belief; it is normally subjective, meaning that it can vary based on a person's perspective, emotions, or individual understanding of something. Usually speaking, a fact is something that has actually happened or that is empirically true and can be supported by evidence. For example, biological differences between males and females are a fact, while a preference for one gender over the other is opinion.Subjective and Objective: This is the opposite of an opinion, which is what an individual thinks or feels about a subject. Although the differences between facts and opinions usually rest on whether they are objective or subjective, a true statement can in some cases be subjective. If a person says he is feeling sad, for example, that is a subjective fact about his emotional state it is subjective because it is only that person's individual experience. For something to be objective, it must be outside of the mind and not be based on feelings or biases. According to most definitions, something is a fact if it matches objective reality. On the other hand, if the first person tells the second person that the second person feels sad, this statement is an opinion or guess, regardless of whether i

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Differences between facts and opinios

  1. 1. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN AND W o r k s h o p # 7 Daissy Santos University of Túrabo 9/24//2014 Prof. Celia Paula Davies ENGL 331
  2. 2. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN FACTS AND OPINIONS FACT: Can be proven measure or observed. OPINION: Share someone thoughs feelings or emotions. FACT is the wais to prove researsh, see it. OPINION is the clue words, love, hate, favorite, fun.
  3. 3. FACTS  PEOPLE NEED TO KNOW WHETHER OR NOT IT IS TRUE.  THEY USE FACTS TO REACH CONCLUSIONS ABOUT THINGS,  TO MAKE THEIR OWN OPINIONS.  THE RUSTIC NEEDS TO KNOW THE FACTS ABOUT THE DIFFERENT MATERIALS HE CAN USE FOR HIS TOILET AND WHERE TO PLACE IT.  OF COURSE, HE ALSO NEEDS TO KNOW HOW RELIABLE THE INFORMATION IS.  IN ORDER TO DO SOMETHING WITH INFORMATION
  4. 4. Opinions  Recording people's opinions is useful to your readers or listeners.  Hearing an opinion on an issue might stimulate them to think about the issue themselves.  If they hear a variety of different opinions, they can use this information to build up their own ideas.  They can also use other people's opinions as models for their own.  If they read of someone expressing an opinion they agree with, they might adopt that opinion for themselves.
  5. 5. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN FACTS AND OPINIONS REFERENCES wisegeek.org. (2003-2014). wisegeek.org. Retrieved from http://www.wisegeek.org/what-is-the-difference-between-fact-and-opinion.htm youtube.com. (2014). youtube.com. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/ google.com. (2014). google.com. Retrieved fromhttps://www.google.com/search?q=DIFFERENCES+BETWEEN+FACTS+AND+OPINIONS+pictures&safe=active&es _sm=93&biw=1600&bih=799&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=4U1IVJzaFoPLggTXsoHwDw&ved=0CB0QsAQ

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