5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Lending Credence
- Ethical Appeal
- Rhetorical Question
- a in arguing her point, a writer or speaker should always lend her opponent some credit for the opponent's ideas
- b Language use to distort and manipulate rather than to communicate
- c 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
- d is the most subtle and often the most powerful because it comes from character and reputation, not words
- e asked solely to produce an effect and not to elicit a reply
5 Multiple choice questions
- a method of clarifying the nature of something by explaining
how it works in separate, easy-to-understand steps.
- pertains to actual things, instances, or experiences: opposite of abstract
- the repetition of conjunctions in close succession for rhetorical effect
- the choice of words in a work of literature and an element of style important to the work's effectiveness
- writing that urges people to take action or promotes change
5 True/False questions
allusion → the choice of words in a work of literature and an element of style important to the work's effectiveness
chiasmus → a type of balance in which the second part is balanced against the first, but with the parts reversed. EX: flowers are lovely, love is flowerlike
characterization → the story of events and/or experiences that tell what happened.
tone → a mode of speech in which words express a meaning opposite to the intended meaning.
cliché → a timeworn expression that has lost its meaning