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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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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)

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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.

whenever antipathy
Whenever/antipathy
  • Whenever I feel antipathy towards someone,I snarl and “mad dog” them.
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.
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 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.
sociopath
sociopath
  • Because the sociopath suffered from chronic mental illness, the doctors decided to put him in a mental institution.
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