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English II Honors Final

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whose/who's
ownership/who is
affect/effect
to influence;cause/the result
between/among
b/w 2 things/ more than 2 things
stationary/stationery
immobile/writing stuff
who/whom
sub/noun
allusion/illusion
another character in another story/see something else
complement/compliment
complete/say something nice
farther/further
distance/certian point in distance
fewer/less
when you can count/when you cant count
eminent/imminent
higher stature/going to happen soon
assure/ensure
assure someone youll be there/ensure there is enough food
parallelism
all ending in same ending
metaphore
not like of as...use is
similes
like/as
ad hominem
attack opponent on personal level
false dilemma
2 options...1 is extreme
false analogy
water is drinkable-water is a liquid-all liquids are drinkable
slippery slope
"The US shouldn't get involved militarily in other countries. Once the government sends in a few troops, it will then send in thousands to die."

"You can never give anyone a break. If you do, they'll walk all over you."
non sequitur
statement follows but is unrelated
false authority
citing the opinion of a person who is not an expert
bandwagon
everyone is doing it! youll be a loser if you dont!
testimonial
celebrities
name-calling
stereotyping...middle eastern example
plain folks
president makes himself a "common man" Joe the plummer
snob appeal
desire for the finner things in life...opp of bandwagon
misuse of statistics
applying a large group of statistics to a small group. 20% of americans wear their seatbelts, of the twenty in this room, only 4 of you wear seatbelts
transfer
positive or negative things are used against a person/idea to make it more acceptable