5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Ad Populum
- vibrant tone
- contemptuous tone
- a hateful
- b Evading the issues by appealing to emotional reactions.
- c lively, energetic
- d using a part of something to represent the whole thing
example: "look at those wheels!" (refering to the car)
- e the placing next to a noun another noun or phrase that explains it.
example: "John, my brother, is coming home."
5 Multiple choice questions
- the speaker, voice, or character assumed by the author of a piece of writing
- grimly or scornfully mocking, bitterly sarcastic
- start out all specific examples then conclude with a logical ending
- introducing an irrelevent point to divert attention for the main issue
- a three part deductive argument in which a conclusion is based on a major premise and a minor premise
"All men are mortal; Socrates is a man; Therefore, Socrates is mortal."
5 True/False questions
hyperbole → the speaker, voice, or character assumed by the author of a piece of writing
circular reasoning → not treating the subject with respect
parallelism → insertion of words or phrases.
example: "He said it was going to rain (I could hardly disagree) before the game was over"
example: "He said it was going to rain--I could hardly disagree--before the game was over"
antecedent → the word, phrase, or clause to which a pronoun refers.
example: "The CAR he wanted to buy was a green ONE"
irreverent tone → lively, energetic