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A question posed to an audience, to which the speaker predicts the answer and gains support from the audience by asking.
Rule of three
Grouping words or ideas in threes makes them memorable and persuasive.
Language that appeals to the emotions
Consider what your opposition might say and deal with it before they do.
Using exaggeration for effect.
Using real life examples to support your argument.
Using 'we', 'I', 'you' to make your audience feel included.
Rhetorical question eg
Wouldn't you feel happier if you could wear what you wanted to school?
Rule of three eg
School uniforms are uncomfortable, itchy and worst of all, bland
Emotive language eg
Many students are forced to suffer the indignity of wearing clothes that do not match their personal style for the duration of their school careers.
Handling objections eg
Some people might say that uniforms save time, however...
Millions of school children every year...
One girl in a school in Southall claims...
Personal pronouns eg
We all know how unimaginative school uniforms are...
Repeated use of sounds, words, or ideas for effect and emphasis
write about something that interests and motivates you
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