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Im struggling to establish a valid criteria by which the question can be judged in questions that do not contain key words such as transformed/turning point etc

So how would i establish a criteria for questions that do not contain key words?
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What's the question?
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How accurate is it to say religious noncomformity survived persecution during the Restoration (1660-88) mainly due to the actions and attitudes of Charles 1 and James the second?
I know the content and factors but cannot establish a criteria because there are no key words i think
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What's the question?
How accurate is it to say religious noncomformity survived persecution during the Restoration (1660-88) mainly due to the actions and attitudes of Charles 1 and James the second?
I know the content and factors but cannot establish a criteria because there are no key words i
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How accurate is it to say religious noncomformity survived persecution during the Restoration (1660-88) mainly due to the actions and attitudes of Charles 1 and James the second?
I know the content and factors but cannot establish a criteria because there are no key words i think
There's plenty to define eg religious nonconformity, persecution, survival. What about the word mainly?
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There's plenty to define eg religious nonconformity, persecution, survival. What about the word mainly?
(Original post by ageshallnot)
There's plenty to define eg religious nonconformity, persecution, survival. What about the word mainly?
ah i could define the word mainly
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ah i could define the word mainly
thanks
I think that's where your judgement comes in.
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