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statements which are voiced as questions but are not expected to be answered
a) interrogatives
b) reason
c) rhetorical questions
d) connotation

power of the mind to think and form judgements logically
a) ethos
b) kairos
c) logos
d) pathos

words charged with an underlying meaning or impliction
a) kairos
b) pathos
c) loaded words
d) assertion

special words or expressions used by a profession or certain group
a) jargon
b) loaded words
c) repetition
d) rhetorical questions

when groups of three adjectives or phrases are used to make ideas memorable
a) jargon
b) ethos
c) rule of three
d) pronouns

inference that a claim is true for most people or a majority of people
a) jargon
b) generalization
c) rule of three
d) loaded words

appeal to emotion
a) pathos
b) logos
c) ethos
d) kairos

facts or information that indicate whether a view is true or not
a) rule of three
b) logos
c) figurative language
d) evidence

establishment of authority and reliability; confidence and trust
a) pathos
b) ethos
c) logos
d) kairos

ideas or feelings that a certain word creates
a) jargon
b) repetition
c) connotation
d) rhetorical question

presentation of only one side of an issue
a) bias
b) logos
c) generalization
d) repetition

an idea is presented as fact without explanation or evidence
a) bias
b) ethos
c) assertion
d) jargon

short personal stories used to connect with the audience
a) attacks
b) pathos
c) exaggeration
d) anecdotes

repetition of initial consonant sounds
a) adjectives
b) alliteration
c) bias
d) connotation

used to create imagery and express things non-literally
a) idiom
b) figurative language
c) jargon
d) exaggeration

representation of something as greater than it actually is
a) lie
b) pronouns
c) exaggeration
d) alliteration

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