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Path, Pass “To feel, suffer”. Week 6. Pathos, Ethos, Logos. Aristotle….argumentative Pathos – use sympathy to win the argument Logos logic Ethos- trust builder/expert. Subordinate Conjunctions.

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Path pass to feel suffer

Path, Pass “To feel, suffer”

Week 6


Pathos ethos logos

Pathos, Ethos, Logos

  • Aristotle….argumentative

  • Pathos – use sympathy to win the argument

  • Logos logic

  • Ethos- trust builder/expert


Subordinate conjunctions

Subordinate Conjunctions

  • Dependent markers: after, although, as, as soon as, because, before, if, since, so that, unless, until, when, whenever, where,

  • This week you will begin a sentence with a subordinating conjunction.


Independent vs subordinate clauses

Independent vs. Subordinate Clauses

A. Since Ethan likes Hawaiian pizza.

B. Ethan likes to eat Hawaiian pizza. (Independent clause/sentence clause)


Independent vs subordinate clauses1

Independent vs. Subordinate Clauses

A. Since Ethan likes Hawaiian pizza, he eats it every day.

B. Ethan likes to eat Hawaiian pizza. (Independent clause/sentence clause)


Relative pronouns

Relative Pronouns

  • Who,

  • whom,

  • whose,

  • which,

  • that

    Mark, whose tissues I borrowed, cries at commercials.


Anti path y n aversion to someone or something dislike

Antipathy n. aversion to someone or something, dislike


Whenever antipathy

Whenever/antipathy

  • Whenever I feel antipathy towards someone,I snarl and “mad dog” them.


A path etic adj having no interest or concern indifferent

Apathetic (adj.) having no interest or concern; indifferent


Relative pronouns1

Relative Pronouns

  • Janie, the baby, who looks quite apathetic with life, is planning to runaway.

  • Baxter, that kid in green, feels apathetic until he is given a sword.


Em path y noun experiencing the feelings of another sensitivity

Empathy (noun) experiencing the feelings of another; sensitivity


Subordinate conjunctions1

Subordinate Conjunctions

  • As soon as Ms. Verge feels empathy, she allows a student to turn the work in late.


Pathology noun the study of disease or abnormalities

Pathology (noun) the study of disease or abnormalities


Pathology noun the study of disease or abnormalities1

Pathology- (noun) the study of disease or abnormalities

  • Since Helen wished to understand the pathology of the phobia of heights, she took a class in psychology.


Socio path n an asocial or antisocial person likely to act out of mental illness psychopath

Sociopath (n.) an asocial or antisocial person likely to act out of mental illness; psychopath


Sociopath

sociopath

  • Because the sociopath suffered from chronic mental illness, the doctors decided to put him in a mental institution.


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