We can differentiate between facts and opinions because:
Facts are statements that can be proven.
- Facts may be true or false.
- But facts can be proven.
- Statistically, women live longer than men.
- Most buses weigh more than most cars.
- There are ten inches in a foot (false).
Opinions are statements that cannot be proven.
- Opinions can be argued.
- Opinions may be supported with facts.
- Opinions cannot be proven.
1.Golf is boring.
2.Pizza is delicious.
3.Math is the hardest subject.