Objective Opinion Vs Subjective Opinion

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An “objective” opinion is based on facts, while a “subjective” opinion is based on emotions. In college, we have to be very careful to look at things “objectively”. When we discuss a problem in this class, we need to view to the problem “objectively”. We must use facts to discuss and work through problems. Opinions with no facts are not as important as opinions based in facts. “subjective”, or emotional thinking, doesn’t help us solve problems. Please only give opinions based on facts in class. (85 words)

Q. What is an “objective” opinion?
An opinion based on emotion.
An opinion based on money.
An opinion based on facts.
A bad opinion.
Q. What is a “subjective” opinion?
An opinion based on emotion.
An opinion based on people.
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When the government members are healthy.
When the government pays for doctor visits, surgeries, and medicine.
When the government hires doctors.
Q. According the teacher, who is an example of someone who supports “universal healthcare”?
Shinzo, Abe.
Barack Obama.
George Bush.
Doctor Mark Wood.

Many places in the world are “multilingual communities”. A “multilingual community” is a place where people speak many languages in day to day life. For example, in Iceland, almost everyone speaks English and Icelandic. In some parts of Los Angeles, in the United States, there are markets where people only speak Spanish. Many people in Los Angeles can understand Spanish. “multilingual communities” are very common. In fact, there a more “multilingual communities” than places where people only speak one language. (80 words)

Q. What is a “multilingual community”?
A place where people speak English and Icelandic.
A place where people speak English and understand Spanish
A place where one language is spoken in day to day life.
A place where people speak many languages in day to day life.
Q. According to the passage, what languages do most people speak in Iceland?
Spanish and English
Icelandic and
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Why does the teacher say money has no “real” value?
Because humans can make as much as they want.
Because it is rare.
Because it is needed.
Because it is regulated by banks.
Q. Why does the teacher say that money has value?
Because it is rare.
Because it is needed.
Because people agree it is valuable.
Because people agree it is rare and needed.

The system for voting for the president of the United States is strange. Americans don’t vote for the president directly. Instead, Americans vote for people who vote for the president. These people are called “electors”. Each elector gets one vote, and the electors vote for the president. This system has a lot of problems. For example, The ratio between “electors” and people should be the same everywhere. However, the ratio is different. This means that some voters have more power than others. Not all votes are equal. (87 words)

Q. How do Americans vote for the president of the United States?
Directly.
By voting for “electors” who vote for the president.
Law making people decide who the president will be.
Americans don’t vote.
Q. How many votes do “electors” get? two one three four
Q. According to the teacher, what is the problem with the voting system?
Not all votes are

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