Direct Address, Alliteration,Hyperbole,facts,opinion,emotive language,stats,triplets
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What is PAF?
Purpose, Audience, Form
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What is alliteration?
Alliteration. Alliteration, the pattern of two or more words within a phrase or sentence that begin with the same sound, is an effective form of emphasis that adds lyricism to even straightforward prose and influences the mood.
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What is direct address
Direct Address. A direct address is the name of the person (normally) who is being directly spoken to. It is always a proper noun. It does not have any grammatical relationship to any part of the sentence
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What is a fact?
Definition of Fact-finding Techniques. Fact finding is process of collection of data and information based on techniques which contain sampling of existing documents, research, observation, questionnaires, interviews, prototyping and joint requiremen
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what is an opinion?
The Delphi technique is a research method which combines qualities of the postal questionnaire in covering a potentially wide population, and the committee meeting in bringing together expert opinions
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what is hyperbole?
Hyperbole is a figurative language technique where exaggeration is used to create a strong effect. With hyperbole, the notion of the speaker is greatly exaggerated to emphasize the point. The word “hyperbole” is actually composed of two root words: “
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what is repetition?
Definition of Repetition. Repetition is a literary device that repeats the same words or phrases a few times to make an idea clearer and more memorable. ... As a rhetorical device, it could be a word, a phrase, or a full sentence, or a poetical line
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what is emotive language?
Emotive language describes words and phrases meant to evoke an emotional response to a subject. Conversely, referential language represents the use of a word or phrase solely by its lexical definition, or denotation.
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what are statistics?
Related Terms. Mathematical concepts, formulas, models, techniques used in statistical analysis of random data. In comparison, deterministic methods are used where the data is easily reproducible or where its behavior is determined entirely by its in
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What is Triplets?
One of three things
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