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5 Matching questions

  1. aphorism
  2. Onomatopoeia
  3. Doublespeak
  4. concrete
  5. Polysyndeton
  1. a the repetition of conjunctions in close succession for rhetorical effect
  2. b Language use to distort and manipulate rather than to communicate
  3. c pertains to actual things, instances, or experiences: opposite of abstract
  4. d the use of words that by their sound suggest their meaning
  5. e concise statement of a principle given in pointed words

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the implied personality the author chooses to adopt
  2. exploiting readers' feelings of pity or fear to make a case
  3. a brief reference to a person, event, or place, real or fictitious, or to a work of art
  4. from the Greek word meaning to speak well of: the substitutions of an inoffensive, indirect, or agreeable expression for a word or phrase perceived as socially
    unacceptable or unnecessarily harsh
  5. process of reasoning that assumes if two subjects share a number of specific observable qualities, then they may be expected to share qualities that have not been observed

5 True/False questions

  1. Jargonfrom the fifteenth-century French term jargoun, meaning twittering or jibberish: usually refers to a specialized language providing a shorthand method of quick communication between people in the same field. Often used to disguise the inner working of a particular trade or
    profession from public scrutiny

          

  2. defensive/offensivea sentence grammatically complete at some point (or points)
    before the end

          

  3. Idioma use of words, a grammatical construction peculiar to a given language, or an expression that cannot be translated literally into a second language.

          

  4. Process Analysisprocess of reasoning that assumes if two subjects share a number of specific observable qualities, then they may be expected to share qualities that have not been observed

          

  5. Simple Sentencea complete sentence that is neither compound nor complex

          

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