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Examples 1.2 - Examples 1.2 If it rains tomorrow, then the...

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Examples 1.2 If it rains tomorrow, then the game will be canceled. factual It rains tomorrow. factual So, the game is canceled. Inferential It is morning. factual I am tired. Factual Therefore, it’s early in the morning and I’m tired. Inferential If you fail the test, you will not pass the class. Factual Either you will pass the class, or lose all of your money. Factual You fail the test. factual Therefore, you will lose all of your money. Inferential Beware of the dog! (warning) Careful: hot! (warning) You should keep a few things in mind before buying a used car. Test drive the car at varying speeds and conditions, examine the oil in the crankcase, ask to see service records, and, if possible, have the engine and power train checked by a mechanic. (piece of advice) When I can read the latte menu through the hole in my server’s earlobe, something is seriously out of whack. What happened to an earring, maybe two, in each lobe. Now any surface is game. Brow, lip, tongue, cheek, nose. I’ve adjusted to untied shoelaces and pants that make mooning irrelevant.
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