5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Red Herring
- a repetition at the end of the phrase at the beginning of the next
ex: fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate
- b the art of writing effectively, eloquently, and persuasively
- c a statement that may appear to be an argument but is wrong
- d To present a distraction in an argument ex: Zoe should not be held accountable for cheating on her test, after all other students have done far worse.
- e doubtfulness about the meaning of a word
5 Multiple choice questions
- rep. of sound in neighboring words
ex: she sell sea shells
- conjunctions between words
- less offensive word choice
- reverse grammatical structure
- rep. of vowel sounds in successive words containing same consonants
5 True/False questions
Maliproprism → use of outdated words
Begging the Question → Believing something without having enough evidence ex: Paul must be telling the truth because iv'e heard him say that many times before.
Minor Premise → All girls are pretty.
hyperbole → a paradox expressed in two words
allusion → reference to something that is presumably well known
ex: as big as Noah's ark