Rhetorical Devices 3 Alexis castro - b4

Ad Hominem - Attacking the person directly and not the subject or argument Example - "Alex you're so dumb for that example".
Allusion - An example or reference using another time period, person, or work. Example - Josh has a writing print like the on in the Constitution of United States.
Analogy - Shows the relationship or similarity between two objects. Example - Socks are to feet as gloves are to hands.
Antithesis - A view or statement against your view or statement. Example - People disagree with others that Ronaldo is better than Messi, because he doesn't have the same goal scoring record.
Aphorism - a statement of truth or opinion expressed in a concise manner. Example - The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
Ignorance Argument - An argument that states something is true because it hasn’t been proven not to be. Example - Global warming doesn't exit because the earth is not getting warmer.
Bandwagon - Something that is done by someone cause everyone else is doing it. Example - Since everyone else is joining the circle so will I.
Begging the Question - the opinion to be proved is given as if it were already proven. Example - Global warming doesn't exit because the earth is not getting warmer.
Connotation - The type of mood that follows a specific word. Example - The family sat next to a WARM fire.
Denotation - the literal meaning of a word. Example - Warm means hot.


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