- Thu Aug 01, 2019 11:28 am
It could, trentkannegieter! You might have a tone answer along the lines of "tacit approval" or "implicit acceptance", etc. The manner in which evidence is presented, whether by ordering (ending on something that is clearly a strong positive or negative) or by sheer volume (such as several paragraphs describing problems, with only one small paragraph devoted to possible solutions), can impact our analysis of the tone.
Got any examples you want to go over? Those passages where the tone is less obvious, but still present, are, in my experience, kind of fun! Like solving a puzzle or a murder mystery.
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