argument A course of reasoning aimed at demonstrating a truth or falsehood. A set of statements in which one follows logically as a conclusion from the others. The act or process of arguing, reasoning, or discussing. A coherent series of reasons, statements, or facts intended to support or establish a point of view.
coherence The state of being fitted together naturally and consistently with a suitable order, proportion and similarity of tone. The quality or state of having a systematic or methodical connectedness or interrelatedness.
discuss To investigate something by reasoning or reasoned argument. To argue by presenting the various sides of something. To make a reasoned examination of something, especially through consideration of pros and cons, in an attempt to clarify it.
edit To select, amend and revise elements of a piece of writing in order to make it suitable for publication or public presentation. To alter, adapt or refine something in order to bring it to a required standard or to make it suitable for a particular purpose.
register The ‘tone of voice’ of a piece of writing that is produced by particular arrangements of words and adjustments to these arrangements. The form of language of a piece of writing e.g. literary, colloquial etc.