Quiz: Identifying fact and opinion
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A fact is something that people generally agree is . Facts are sometimes supported by or other numbers.
Water freezes at 0° Celsius.
Paper is one of the easiest materials to recycle.
In the United States, 18 percent of old TVs are recycled.
An opinion is what a person about something. Another person may not .
English is an easy language to learn.
Consumers are more interested in a product’s price than in its quality.
Advertising has a bad influence on our spending habits.
When reading, it’s helpful to understand the difference between facts and opinions. Some words that can indicate an opinion are: (not) think, (not) believe, (not) feel, and in my opinion.
I don’t think English is an easy language to learn. L The author believes advertising has a bad influence on our spending habits.