Quiz 1: Premiss and Conclusion Indicators

**Fall 2002 ©2002 OPL**

Assume that each word or phrase given below appears before a statement. Is the statement that follows most probably a reason, a conclusion, or neither? Put a check in the appropriate column.

Word | Reason | Conclusion | Neither |

1. because | |||

2. thus | |||

3. and | |||

4. since | |||

5. therefore | |||

6. for | |||

7. so | |||

8. given that | |||

9. consequently | |||

10. it follows that |

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Quiz 1: Premiss and Conclusion Indicators

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