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Being able to discern the differences between fact and opinion will help your
evaluation of the reliability and usefulness of texts you encounter. • Critical
DISTINGUISHING BETWEEN FACT AND OPINION. If a statement can be proved,
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Let's Get The Facts Straight! There is a difference between. FACT and OPINION.
Facts are statements that can be proven. Opinions can not be proven. They are ...