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use of a word whose sound imitates its meaning
a) repetition
b) onomatopoeia
c) alliteration
d) symbol

Point of view that uses you.
a) 2nd
b) 1st
c) 3rd O
d) 3rd L

The reader is part of the story.
a) 3rd O
b) 2nd
c) 3rd L
d) 1st

the qualities of something thought to go our way, but goes the opposite
a) juxtaposition
b) paradox
c) conflict
d) irony

a comparison that doesn't use the words like or as
a) metaphor
b) conflict
c) simile
d) personification

the act of painting a sensual experience inside of you; using every sense
a) personification
b) imagery
c) tone
d) mood

Character that is a source of conflict.
a) protagonist
b) antagonist
c) 3rd person limited
d) 1st person

What form of rhetoric deals with logic / examples details?
a) pathos
b) ethos
c) logos
d) mrs. benham

figure of speech in which non-human things are given human characteristics.
a) imagery
b) alliteration
c) personification
d) allusion

Used to to describe someone's character by exposing their traits
a) Summary
b) Conflict
c) Characterization
d) Point of View

the overall word or sentence that sums up a story
a) theme
b) tone
c) mood
d) purpose

What form of rhetoric deals with experts?
a) pathos
b) ethos
c) logos
d) mrs.benham

What form of rhetoric deals with emotion?
a) pathos
b) ethos
c) logos
d) mrs. benham

using vague words that have positive, meaningful connotations
a) plain folks
b) name calling
c) glittering generalities
d) bandwagon

to directly OR delicately but indirectly call a rival by negative name or to imply something negative about a rival's product; commonly used in political ads
a) plain folks
b) name calling
c) glittering generalities
d) bandwagon

using the declaration of a famous person or authoritative expert to give heightened credibility
a) Bandwagon
b) testimonial
c) snob appeal
d) emotional appeal

using plain, ordinary people to sell a product; the idea is that because the target audience is like the plain folks in the ads, the target audience will be persuaded
a) plain folks
b) name calling
c) glittering generalities
d) bandwagon

appealing to a person's inner desire to be the best
a) Bandwagon
b) testimonial
c) snob appeal
d) emotional appeal

creating a desire to join a large group; making one feel left out if not with the crowd
a) Bandwagon
b) testimonial
c) snob appeal
d) emotional appeal

connecting with (and manipulating) emotions: loyalty, pity, or fear; love of family, peace, or justice.
a) Bandwagon
b) testimonial
c) snob appeal
d) emotional appeal

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