3 Argument Essay Writing especially of an interesting or amusing nature

EN08 Unit 3 Vocabulary List
Argument Essay Writing
Anecdote n.
a short account of a particular incident or event,
especially of an interesting or amusing nature
Compare v.
to examine (two or more objects, ideas, people,
etc.) in order to note similarities
Contrast v.
to compare in order to show unlikeness or
differences; note the opposite natures
Counterclaim n.
a claim made to offset another claim,
especially one made by the defendant in a
legal action.
Counter argument n.
a contrasting, opposing, or refuting
Concession n. the act of conceding or yielding, as a right, a
privilege, or a point or fact in an argument
Cause n.
a person, event, idea etc. that results in an
effect; v. to bring about.
Effect n.
something that is produced by an agency or
cause; result; consequence
Rebuttal n.
refutation by evidence or argument
Statistics n.
numerical facts or data