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4 Matching questions

  1. Bandwagon
  2. Glittering Generalities
  3. Statistics
  4. Testimonials
  1. a The Surgeon General's 2001 report on women and smoking found that 30% of female high school smokers continue to smoke into adulthood.
  2. b Harvick continued, "We know it takes a clean-running engine to make it to Victory Lane and that's why Pennzoil is the sponsor of the Pennzoil Victory Challenge."
  3. c At this defining moment in our history, preparing our children to compete in the global economy is one of the most urgent challenges we face.
  4. d You can understand why effective waste management is so important to you and everyone else.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Justen Beeber ate his Wheaties before the tests and passed his assessment!
  2. Nine out of ten eighth graders will earn an exemplary rating on the reading assessments!
  3. Kimberly Fowler, founder of Yoga for Athletes (YAS) and Got Milk?, recommends starting small with your resolutions for a healthy year.
  4. The 2010 season was nearly a disaster for Hooper and the Wingnuts. Hooper built an outstanding roster in his debut season as manager in 2009 with players who had success in the high minors or major leagues.
  5. "To me, style without substance isn't very stylish." said Jordan.

5 True/False questions

  1. Bandwagonpersuasive technique that makes you want to be part of the crowd and not left out; make you want to be like everyone else


  2. StatisticsThey lost their last eight games by 20 points or more. But all things considered, they'll take their chances with what they have.


  3. BandwagonAfter graduating high school, all Americans should be prepared to attend at least one year of job training or higher education to better equip our workforce for the 21st century economy.


  4. Statisticspersuasive technique that uses data, ratios, or percents to promote an idea


  5. StatisticsEvery 18 minutes, every day of the year, someone is killed in a drunk driving accident.