Facts: An Intro
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Introducing Factual Statements: Examples of facts that can be used as a template for your class.
We often use the verbs "to be" or "to have" to state a fact. But, we can use other verbs too.
We do not use perception verbs like "believe," "think," or "seem."
A fact is something that is known to exist or have happened.
The sky is blue.
Tell me a fact you know.
Penguins are birds, but they cannot fly.