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An ad that uses positive words or phrases with a feel-good quality that leaves a nice impression on the reader.
a) Hasty Generalization
b) Words with Positive Associations
c) Appeal to Fear
d) Appeal to Vanity

An ad that causes fear in the reader.
a) Appeal to Fear
b) Appeal to Vanity
c) Words with Negative Associations
d) Overgeneralizations

An attempt to support a statement by simply repeating the statement.
a) Overgeneralizations
b) Words with Positive Association
c) False Cause
d) Circular Reasoning

The size of the sample is too small to support the conclusion.
a) False Cause
b) Appeal to Fear
c) Overgeneralization
d) Hasty Generalization

Everyone is doing, so you should do!
a) Testimonial
b) Overgeneralization
c) Bandwagon
d) Words with Negative Association

Identifying a cause that has nothing to do with the effect.
a) False Cause
b) Circular Reasoning
c) Hasty Generalization
d) Testimonial

A conclusion based on too little evidence.
a) Circular Reasoning
b) Overgeneralization
c) Appeal to Vanity
d) Bandwagon

An ad in which a famous person or person that has used the product supports a product or service.
a) Bandwagon
b) Circular Reasoning
c) Testimonial
d) Words with Positive Association

An ad that uses negative words or phrases with a bad quality to leave a bad impression on the reader.
a) Appeal to Fear
b) Words with Negative Association
c) Bandwagon
d) Appeal to Vanity

An ad that makes the reader think the product will make them beautiful or handsome.
a) Appeal to Fear
b) Words with Positive Association
c) Appeal to Vanity
d) Hasty Generalizations

When an author tries to convice the reader of an opinion or point of view.
a) Express
b) Persuade
c) Inform
d) Entertain

When the author writes to teach or give the reader information.
a) Express
b) Persuade
c) Inform
d) Entertain

When the author writes to hold the attention of the reader through enjoyment.
a) Express
b) Persuade
c) Inform
d) Entertain

When the author writes to share one's feelings about a topic or object.
a) Express
b) Persuade
c) Inform
d) Entertain

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