0027. Distinguish warrants, claims, and grounds.

A. Grounds are the facts upon which argument is based. Claim is conclusion audience should reach. Warrants are logic leading from grounds to conclusions. B. Claim is fact upon which argument is based. Grounds are conclusions audience should reach. Warrants are logic leading from grounds to conclusions. C. Claims are the goal of argument. Warrants are the rhetorical tools that build on the grounds. D. Rhetorical work involves grounds, warrants, and claims structured as arguments. E. Warrants are facts that make argument possible. Grounds are conclusion audience reaches. Claims are arguments connecting the two.


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