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Some Unusual Role of Statement Questions

Here is a table showing where to find some unusual Role of Statement questions that feature less common phrasing in the question. It may be a bit difficult to recognize these as Role of Statement questions at first, so it’s helpful to take a look at a number of them to familiarize yourself with the variety of language that can be used to denote this question type.

It can be confusing trying to distinguish between Role of Statement and Method of Argument questions when less common language is used. Don’t worry about that. When it comes down to it, those two question types are more similar than they are different. Just remember that Role of Statement questions tend to focus on how one sentence fits into the structure of the larger argument, whereas Method of Argument questions ask you to describe the structure of the argument as a whole.

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