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Rhetorical Questions
A question that dosent require an answer, they are intended to grab the readers attention and maake them ponder about something
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Repetition
The repetition of words or phrases to try to persuade the reader. It helps to reinforce your point.
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Emotive language
Used to evoke emotions from your reader involved with the subject.
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Imperatives
Can be very powerful tool for persuading readers. Imperative sentences are those which tell the reader to do something.
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Quotations
A group of words taken from a text or speech and repeated by someone other than the original author or speaker:
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Statistics
something that is true and can be proven, used to support an argument
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Anecdote
personal stories, stories from expierence/linked to the topic
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Opinion
The writers personal ideas/views
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Exaggeration/Hyperbole
Making things seem better or wworse to support an argument
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Rule of 3
3 ords or phrases used for effect
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The repetition of words or phrases to try to persuade the reader. It helps to reinforce your point.

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Repetition

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Used to evoke emotions from your reader involved with the subject.

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Card 4

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Can be very powerful tool for persuading readers. Imperative sentences are those which tell the reader to do something.

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Card 5

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A group of words taken from a text or speech and repeated by someone other than the original author or speaker:

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