Writing to argue


writing to persuade

Direct adress

Alliteration / anecdote



Rhetorical questions / repitition

Emotive language



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d = direct adress

direct adress is when you speak directly to the audience. It is alwayse a proper noun .

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a = alliteration / ancedote

alliteration is when there is a words with the same sound in it . e.g the big kig did dig for example.

an ancedote is a little sub story to make it seam like a real life situation. For example lilly is cold, hungry and feels like she wants to give up in life . Please give 2 pounds to make sure that she is out of danger tonight

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f = facts

you need facts when you are writing to persuade so that you can connect to it and make it seem real .

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o = opinions

You need an opinion to see if it is reliable or trustworthy or see if it is a scam

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r = rhetorical questions/ repition

we need rhetorical questions so that we can make the reader think and in some cases make them feel that they are wierd . for example How do you like your cream egg? If you dont have one then it make you feel weird because eeveryone else has there own way.

we need repition so we can put the reminder in there head of what we are trying to persuade them for.

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e = emotive language

emotive language is needed so that we can make the reader feel involved and make them feel bad or upset or anything else like that.

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s = statistics

we need statistics to make the reader know how reliable the product is . If it is about saving somebodys life then they want us to make the percentage higher  .

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t = triplet

a triplet is 3 things put together to desctribe something. for example: the poor, sad and lonely girl sitting there all alone

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