5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- complimentary tone
- faulty use of authority
- binary analysis
- contemptuous tone
- Ad Hominem
- a hateful
- b a writer tries to convince a reader that there are only 2 sides.
- c expressing courtesy, respect, admiration, or praise
- d Attacking an opponents character rather than the issue at hand
- e information gathered from an unreliable source
5 Multiple choice questions
- something that stands for something else
- fair, honest
- making false claims to be someone you aren't (phony)
- basing an argument on insufficient or unrepresentative evidence
5 True/False questions
quick fix → relying too heavily on catchy phrases or empty slogans.
contentious tone → ready to argue
bandwagon appeal → word order rearanged or reversed.
example: "Unseen in the jungle, but present"
loose sentence → a complex sentence in which the main clause comes first and the subordinate clause follows.
example: "A car hit him, just as he bent over to tie his shoelace."
turgid tone → fair, honest