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Final English Quiz
Terms in this set (17)
when the subject of a sentence is acted upon
appeal to emotion
the speaker, voice, or character assumed by the author of a piece of writing
an argument against an idea - usually regarding philosophy, religion or politics
the deliberate use of conjunctions - He milked the cows and feed the chickens and cleaned the stalls
one's intention of a piece of writing
reusing words or phrases for effect
patterns of organization to achieve a specific purpose - ie. Narration, persuasive, cause and effect, etc...
a questions asked more to produce an effect than to summon an answer
an ironic, witty composition that claims to argue for something, but actually argues against it.
a figure of speech using like or as in order to compare
the person whose perspective (real or imagined) is being advanced in the piece of writing
a distinctive quality of speech or writing created by the selection and arrangement of words and figures of speech
organizational patterns in sentences, paragraphs and whole works
the speaker's attitude toward the subject or audience - T for them
language of a region or group
figure of speech in which one single phrase or word joins different parts of a sentence. I dressed myself and the salad.
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