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I got told i need to add depth into my pinion article. What does this mean?
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I don't know what your topic it but it sounds like you could do with adding some evidence to support yourself. If you add in some official facts, and can provide a respectable source for your findings, this can be more persuasive.
You need to really plunge in and explain yourself clearly in order to explain your opinion.
Hope this is helpful, sorry I couldn't be more specific.


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I got told i need to add depth into my pinion article. What does this mean?
Stop glossing over subjects, go into detail stats , specific facts. Eg everyone knows that Hitler was a dictator but what about what made him into a popular figure in German in thirties weimar republic?
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