Money, or some time.
An example of a figurative sentence on a second grade level is "I'm so hungry, I could eat a horse." It contains hyperbole.
it can true, or it can be wrong No, it isn't a paradox, it is simply an adage. A paradox is a statement that appears to contradict itself within the sentence. "This sentence is false" is the classic paradox.
A simile is a sentence that contains "like" or "as"
I run as fast as a leopard
MLA in-text citation is a brief reference to a source of a citation consisting of the name of the author and the page on which the cited material is found, to be placed directly after the citation in the text to show whom people are citing.
Which appeal is the best example of pathos?
Asking clarifying questions -apex (:
He encourages the audience by reminding it of the strength and unity of the American people.
to convey a sense of what Rita is hearing
Churchill's lack of enthusiasm makes it seem as if he is uninterested in the outcome of the war.
statistics show that the new tax is likely to affect families (APEX)
the colonists activities are largely ineffective -apex
Elizabeth Proctor is most clearly a round character.
A job application would most likely use formal language.
"we need to teach the people in the colonies to accept Christians values."
To persuade them to declare war
He explains how the U.S military has become stronger since World War II first began.
words like “violence“ and “bloodshed” give the excerpt a threatening tone