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Words that describe a delicate shade of difference
The appeal that calls on an individual or other source as an expert to give credibility to the argument
Appeal to Authority
Clarity and distinctiveness of pronunciation, choice of words in speaking or writing
A statement or belief that the writer explains and then supports
A mental leaning or prejudice or outlook about a person— unreasoned judgment
Acknowledging other valid opinions or admitting of a point claimed in an argument
The attitudes and feelings associated with a word as opposed to it’s literal meaning
The state of offering reasonable grounds for being believed
Pattern of thought that proceeds from specific details to the general conclusion (big picture)
An essay of opinion about a timely and important topic
A plausible argument using false or invalid inference
Fallacy or False Argument
A figure of speech that uses deliberate exaggeration
To suggest or express indirectly
A pattern of thought that starts with a general idea and moves to the details
Words t hat are slantaed for or against the subject
A figure of speech in which an implied comparison is made between two unlike things
The “other side” of the argument
To convince one to think or to act in a certain way
Persuade or Persuasion
Method used in speaking or writing to get someone to agree with the speaker’s or writer’s point of view
Spreading of ideas, information or rumors for the purpose of helping or injuring a cause or a person
Argument or proof that contradicts the opposing viewpoint
A question that does not seek an answer but is asked for effect
The reflection of the author’s attitude toward the subject
A persuasive technique where a product is associated with something attractive or respectable
Thinking or writing that includes personal feelings, attitudes and opinions
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