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persuasive - I. Okay you're sitting around in the summer...

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I. Okay you’re sitting around in the summer and you and your friends decide you want to go away for like maybe three days. No you don’t want to go the shore because that’s where you always go, but you don’t want to have to pay for flights and stuff. Well relax I already have your trip planned out for you guys. We are going to Montreal. And don’t worry we are going to have a blast. : Hey I’m Pat Nerney and I going to talk to you guys about the great city of Montreal. For my address today I have used the sources Wikipedia.com, tourisme-montreal.org, and my own personal II. : Montreal is a European city in North America, why aren’t you there. III. : I will hit on three main points first the cost of going to Montreal, next the great accommodations in Montreal, and finally the great entertainment and cuisine of Montreal. Let me move to my first point of the cost of going to Montreal I. The cost of going to Montreal, or maybe I should change my point to lack of cost when going to Montreal. A. Two words “Exchange rate” the American Dollar is worth about $1.50
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course WRTG 101 taught by Professor Oldlady during the Spring '08 term at Scranton.

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