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Consider the following prejudicial rhetorical devices:
o SUVs are apartment homes on wheels (a rhetorical definition).
o Said by a student who is new to honors classes and struggling with them: €•I would have aced that test if I weren’t in a class full of brainiacs. They studied too much and ruined the curve! (a rhetorical explanation)
· Post your response to the following: How can a person distinguish between the prejudicial and nonprejudicial use of rhetorical devices? Provide an example of each
I need to answer this question on How can a person distinguish between the prejudical and nonprejudidcial use of rhetorical devices? Proide and example of each. I need the answers to these questions today(05-26-2010). Can someone please help me out. Thank you.