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Motorcycle Noise

In the business section of the local newspaper, the author attempts to analyze why a foreign version of a popular product Motorcycle X is not selling well in the US market. Some have suggested that it is due to the fact that the foreign copycat version lacks the exceptionally loud noise made by motorcycle X. […]

TOEFL

Automobile Essay

Automobile brings huge impact to transportation progress, which makes us easier to go anywhere we want. In my opinion, automobile has absolutely improved modern life. I feel this way for two main reasons, which I will explore more in the following essay. First of all, the influence of automobile to our modern life is to […]

GMAT

Motorcycle X

The argument concludes that there must be some reason other than the lack of exceptionally loud noise made by motorcycle X for the failure of the cheaper replica to attract motorcycle X customers. The argument is seriously flawed due to lack of strong evidence to support the conclusion. The weak premises and assumptions do no […]

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Motorcycle X

The author rejects the claim that the loud engine noise of American-made Motorcycle X appeals to the manufacturer’s customers and explains why they are not attracted to quieter, foreign-made imitations. The author’s rejection is based on two reasons. First, the author points out that foreign cars tend to be quieter than similar American-made cars, yet […]

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Citing facts that the company which has copied motorcycle X and is selling it for less has failed to attract

Citing facts that the company which has copied motorcycle X and is selling it for less has failed to attract motorcycle X customers, the author argues that there must be some explanations other than lacking the exceptionally loud noise made by motorcycle X. To support the argument, the author cite the fact that foreign cars […]

GMAT

In this argument,the author suggests that there must be some reasons other than loud noise that contributes to the fact

In this argument,the author suggests that there must be some reasons other than loud noise that contributes to the fact that the copy of Motorcycle X cannot win customers from the original one. To justify his argument, the author cites the fact that foreign cars with lower noise sell no worse than their American counterparts.In […]

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Motorcycle X

A part of an article in the local newspaper claims that although some say that one foreign company fails to gain motorcycle X customers by copying motorcycle X products in that the former company’s product lacks the exceptionally loud noice made by motorcycle X, some other facts may better explain the reason for foreign company’s […]

GMAT

The argument claims that the reason why a foreign company that has copied company’s X motorcycle has failed to attract

The argument claims that the reason why a foreign company that has copied company’s X motorcycle has failed to attract motorcycle X customers is not because its product lacks the exceptionally loud noise made by motorcycle X, but that there must be some other explanation. Stated in this way, the argument manipulates facts and conveys […]

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Motorcycle X and noise

The author argues that that the noise or engine roar that the motorcycle X makes when compared to the motorcycle that was copied may not be reason the copied motorcycle was not able to attract motorcycle X’s customers. He provides information regarding how the noise may not be a factor that impacted the sales, rather […]

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Noise can be the success factor

The argument above presents a flawed reasoning and is based on several questionable assumptions. The author claims that the reason why the bike manufactured by the foregin company is less successfull than motorcycle X cannot be the foreign bike’s inability to make an expectpionaly loud noise as motorcycle X does. To begin with, the argument […]