QUESTION TYPE: Point at Issue
ARGUMENTS: Peter says that children’s stories should have immoral characters so that kids can learn from them.
Yoko argues that children’s stories still have immoral characters, but that the characters are less frightening than they used to be.
ANALYSIS: The two of them disagree over whether children’s stories still have immoral characters. Peter says no, Yoko says yes.
- Peter doesn’t say anything about whether children’s stories are or should be frightening.
- Same as A. Only Yoko mentions that stories used to be frightening.
- Neither of them mentions whether children’s stories are good.
- CORRECT. Peter complains that children’s stories don’t have immoral characters anymore. Yoko says they do, the characters just aren’t frightening anymore.
- Peter thinks stories should improve children’s morals. Yoko doesn’t say, she just thinks stories shouldn’t frighten kids.
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