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A fact is a statement that can be proven.
An opinion is a statement that tells what someone thinks or believes.
An opinion cannot be proven.
Words such as best, worst, good and bad are often used when giving opinions.
Now let’s read a story together and practice what we’ve learned.
Read each sentence and tell whether it is a fact or an opinion.
The underlined phrases are hints to help you.
1. My family and I moved out West in the spring of 1849.
2. We settled in a tent town called Gopher Gulch.
3. That was the worst little town in the world.
4. There were no sidewalks, just muddy paths.
5. Gopher Gulch was a lonesome place, too.
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