Abbie's persuasive techniques

Antimetabole
Figures of emphasis in which the words in one phrase or clause is replecated.
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Antithesis
Figure of ballence in which two contradicting ideas are intentionally juxtaposed.
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Asynendon
Where successive sentances use the same conjuctions.
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Distinctio
Elaborating the meaning.
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Enumeratio
Listing detail.
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Epistrophe
Where the last word of a phrase is used as the last word of the next sentance.
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Alliteration
Figure of emphasis that occurs through the repition of initial constanent letters.
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Anaphora
Repetision of word or phrase at the beggining of the sentance or near the beggining.
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Anadiplosis
Figure of repetision where the last word or phrase of one sentance is repeated in the consequitive sentance.
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Analogy
A kind of extended metephore or long simile in which an explict comparason is made between two things.
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Card 2

Front

Figure of ballence in which two contradicting ideas are intentionally juxtaposed.

Back

Antithesis

Card 3

Front

Where successive sentances use the same conjuctions.

Back

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Card 4

Front

Elaborating the meaning.

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

Listing detail.

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
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