states the main point or stance
mentions experts and important people to support the argument
uses logic, numbers, or facts to support the argument
appeals to the audience's emotions
tries to build trust and credibility
builds a sense of urgency for the cause
uses studies and information to make the argument seem more convincing; this can be in the form of words, graphs, tables, or illustrations
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