Make an argument from each of the following patterns. Use two premises and a conclusion (3 points each):
|Very Strongly Positive||All, Every, Always, Will|
|Strongly Positive||Most, Likely, Probably*|
|Positive||Many, Often, A lot of|
|Slightly Positive||Some, May, A few, Could|
|Neutral||May or may not|
|Slightly Negative||May not|
|Negative||Few, Not many|
|Strongly Negative||Rarely, Seldom, Not likely|
|Very Strongly Negative||No, None, Never, Will not|
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