Read chapters 2&3 from Bennett’s Logic Made Easy then translate into Categorical


Read chapters 2&3 from Bennett’s Logic Made Easy then translate into Categorical Propositions.
Translate into Categorical Propositions – Is it A – O – E – I?
Orchids are not fragrant.
Not everyone worth meeting is worth having as a friend.
Happy indeed is she who knows her own limitations.
Only members can use the front door.
If he is asked to say a few words, he talks for hours.
None of my students is failing.
If you live in the dorms, you can’t own a car.
The only tests George fails are the ones he takes.
You have nothing to lose but your chains.
Unless you pass this test you won’t pass the course.


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