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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #106446: Linking words
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    Linking words


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    1. In this particular case, (                       ) , it simply refers to similarities rooted in factual knowledge of the answer.

    2. This reasoning goes well (                    ) the three roles already identified.

    3. (                                         ) , all of our arguments fall short at precisely this point.

    4. Accepting this is (                       ) as difficult as justifying the original argument. (2 words - Space)

    5. Wherever you depart,you diminish proportionally the evidence; and may (                    ) bring it to a very weak reasoning. (2 words - Space)

    6. We have a logical answer for such a question if this probability increase (                          ) occurs.

    7. First, and (                          ) , the practice is conservative: it provides a relatively stable basis for replicable decisions. (2 words - Space)

    8.
    (                          ) these comments are based on a preparatory study, similar observations exist for other accounts of confirmation.

    9.
    (                             ) regarding this step as something reached by deduction from a single case, we might instead regard it as a presupposition. (2 words - Space)

    10. Individual logical arguments in science are (                    ) invariably directed towards, first and foremost, plausibility.









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