My most sincere thanks for the May, 2015, issue. It is totally readable, interesting and enjoyable from cover to cover. (V) In my opinion The Best issues are not of any interest to most of your readers. (VI)
I was shocked to read there was a placebo-based trial of Ebola vaccines in infected areas. (VII) This seems beyond unethical. (VIII) No one would be okay with this Russian roulette game if it were their own family and friends involved in the study. (IX)
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2. Read the underlined sentences again. Then, answer the following questions.
a) Which number criticizes the writer of a text?
b) Which number presents a protest against a fact?
c) Which number praises the magazine?
d) Which number mentions an example as an argument?
e) Which number appeals to an authority to support the author's opinion?
f) Which number recognizes that readers may have different opinions?
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