First, the argument is based on a false analogy. The arguer simply assumes that____, buthe does not provide any evidence that_____.
Second, the arguer commits a fallacy of hasty generalization. Even if____, it does notfollow that____。
Besides, the arguer does not provide any solid information concerning that____.
Actually, the arguer’s recommendation of _____would most probably turns out to beineffective and misleading.
In the first place, the arguer fails to take into account the ____factors in the analysis.While we are informed that _____, the arguer fails to make clear that____.
In the second place, the comparison in this argument is incomplete and selective, thearguer discovers that ____. However the arguer fails to provide any information regarding____.
Unless the arguer also takes these factors into consideration, the comparison isunconvincing.
First of all, the argument is based on a hasty generalization. According to the citedstudies, ____. The fact tells very little about _____. Even if we accept the arguer’s assumptionthat_____, it is unwarranted to assume that_____.
In addition, the arguer fails to consider several other relevant factors that____. Forinstance, _____.
What’ s more,______.
Finally, the arguer hints that_____, but he fails to analyze that_____.
The major problem with this argument is that the arguer fails to convince us that _____.First, the fact that ____does indicate that____. Second, _____, which makes it impossible forus to evaluate that____
Another point worth considering is the arguer’s hasty generalization. We are informedthat____, but we do not know that_____. We can believe that ____, but based on this sliminformation, we can never evaluate the overall performance of discount.
One major assumption in short of legitimacy is that_____. First, ____. Second, _____.This may prove misleading and counterproductive in the end.
In addition, the conclusion is based on a gratuitous assumption that_____. This,however, is unwarranted.