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Rhetorical devices quiz is tomorrow!. Are you ready?. Rhetoric. What is rhetoric ?. Rhetoric. Why is redundancy a problem?. Rhetoric. Synecdoche is similar to, even interchangeable with, which other rhetorical device?. Rhetoric. Draw an image or symbol that represents an epiphany .

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Rhetoric
Rhetoric

  • What is rhetoric?


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Rhetoric

  • Why is redundancy a problem?


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Rhetoric

Synecdoche is similar to, even interchangeable with, which other rhetorical device?


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Rhetoric

  • Draw an image or symbol that represents an epiphany.


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Rhetoric

  • Which of the following is an example of litotes?

    A I am not unaware of your acts of kindness.

    B All hands on deck.

    C My sister, Karen, is always late.


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Rhetoric

  • Which point of view is used in this sentence:

    Your success on tomorrow’s quiz is essential for continued success in the class.


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Rhetoric

  • Give an example of prose.


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  • Which of the following is a euphemism?

    A The water mirrors the nature

    surrounding it.

    B She was let go from her job.

    C All hands on deck

    D Risking death is the only way

    to live.


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Rhetoric

  • Give two different examples of onomatopoeia.


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  • Define an allusion.


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Rhetoric

  • What makes a rhetorical question rhetorical?


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  • List three different words that could be used to define the mood or tone of a particular piece of writing.


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Rhetoric

  • With words or pictures, juxtapose an animal and a boat.


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  • How is an extended metaphor used differently than a regular metaphor?

  • Note: Your answer cannot include the word “extended.”


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Rhetoric

  • Give a well known example of an allegory.


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Rhetoric

  • Write a sentence that uses alliteration.


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  • Give a defensible theme from “Thanksgiving is a Beast.” Then, list the motif from which that theme derives.


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Rhetoric

  • Hot is to cold as fire is to ice.

  • This is an example of which rhetorical device?


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  • The sentence below employs which rhetorical device to achieve comedy?

    My mailman should be a

    comedian, his delivery is perfect.

    Source: our wiki


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Rhetoric

  • Give an example of a hyperbole.


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Rhetoric

  • Write a sentence that includes an allusion. Underline it.


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Rhetoric

  • Give an example of something that cannot be personified.


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  • Give a specific example of a person who might be guilty of purple patch.


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  • Which of the sentences below contains passive voice.

    A The whale’s tail slapped the ocean’s

    surface.

    B Your writing is weakened by the use of

    repeated words.

    C Coffee is a morning tradition in many

    households.

    D I think my essay is the best it can be.


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Rhetoric

  • Give a situation in which a person is likely to engage in monologue.


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  • An anecdote is a strategy often suggested for which part of an essay.


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