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Unformatted text preview: whether the conclusion follows logically from the premisses. If so, try to give an argument that shows why. If not, describe an exact situation where the pre-misses are true and the conclusion is false. John sings louder than Mary. Mary sings louder than Sue. ∴ John sings louder than Sue. (1) The school is in a different town than the shop. The shop is in a different town than the church. ∴ The school is in a different town than the church. (2) John is not a linguistics student. ∴ John is not a student. (3) Some students are married. Some married people have children. ∴ Some students have children. (4)...
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- Fall '08
- Grammatical number, Sue. ∴ John, different town, Root Plural noun