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Bandwagon adjectives are adjective that aid in trying to persuade a reader to take a certain point of view or action.Here are some examples of bandwagon adjectives: All responsible adults... (bandwagon adjective: responsible)Chic teens wear..... (bandwagon adjective: chic)Knowledgable people will vote yes...... (b.a.: knowledgable)Hope this helps(:
An encyclopedia article
a media text targeted by location.
a truncated sentence can be used as a short phrase like, I didn't go. or Something was wrong.
It's easier to remember rhymes than non-rhymes.
Associating objects or ideas with a physical location
Writing song lyrics that convey information that needs to be remembered
adding a column headed "What I Found Out."
To get you to do something because all the "cool" people are doing it
techniques of persuasion.
Washes their hands after the bathroom even when nobody is looking.
Connecting different colors with different ideas
To improve the power of their memory.
They link unfamiliar things to familiar ones to help them remember them better.
the names of months sincerly your BOY DOUGIE xD
connecting different colors with different ideas.
Relating information you need to remember to your own life
an expert or celebrity saying he or she uses a particular product
thinking of a personal experience.
Add a column heading of "What I Found Out."
Utilizing memory and mnemonic strategies will be beneficial and effective when it comes to metacognition.
Yes; it is a way of remembering a list of things.
The closest synonym would be counterfeit.
not really since the editorial were being a little biased. but for the most of it, yes i do think it healed the nation after the civil war. this editorial gave faith to the ones that didnt have any. this encouraged them to make the South a better place of a society.
everyone knows certain places very well
finding something familiar to represent something unfamiliar.
Aid the memory