You are expected to analyze the logic of the given argument. You must not start giving your opinion of the subject matter of the argument.
For example, if the argument claims that a certain newspaper is not selling well because it has recently increased its price, you are not expected to give views on what makes a good newspaper, or on marketing strategies. You simply have to discuss whether the evidence provided warrants that conclusion.
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