Lesson 4 - Lesson 4 Exercise 1 Simon is faster than...

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Lesson 4 Exercise 1: Simon is faster than Fernando. From this we can conclude that Simon is faster than Lewis, because Fernando is faster than Lewis. Premise #1- --Answer below: Simon is faster than Fernando. (No signal word) Premise #2 - --Answer below: Because (premise signal) Fernando is faster than Lewis. Conclusion - --Answer below: From this we can conclude (conclusion signal) that Simon is faster than Lewis. Exercise 2: Simon looks like a duck when he runs, but this is not important, because he is faster than Fernando. This may not say much, since Andy, who is 75 years old, is also faster than Fernando. Nevertheless, we can conclude that Simon must be faster than Lewis, because in several races Fernando has proven himself faster than Lewis. Premise #1 - --Answer below: But this is not important, because he is faster than Fernando. (premise signal) Premise #2 – --Answer below: Because (premise signal) in several races Fernando has proven himself faster than Lewis. Conclusion – --Answer below: Nevertheless, we can conclude (conclusion signal) that Simon must be faster than Lewis,
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Exercise 3: You smoke three packs of cigarettes each day. Therefore, you are reducing your life expectancy, because smoking three packs each day reduces a person's life expectancy. Premise #1 - --Answer below: You smoke three packs of cigarettes each day. ( no signal) Premise #2 - --Answer below: Because (premise signal) smoking three packs each day reduces a person's life expectancy. Conclusion -
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