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persuasive appeals (A)
tone (D)
ethos (E)
pathos (B)
logos (C)

A) an appeal to logic
B) the emotions that a speaker demonstrates towards his or her subject
C) an appeal to the credibility of the speaker
D) an appeal to a sense of right and wrong
E) devices in a speech that seek to convince an audienc

Cann someone check my work?

  • Bnglish -

    B is correct. The others are wrong.

    http://courses.durhamtech.edu/perkins/aris.html

  • english -

    persuasive appeals (A)
    tone (C)
    ethos (E)
    logos (D)

    Please check again, thank you

  • english -

    persuasive appeals (D)
    tone (E)
    ethos (C)
    logos (A)

  • english -

    So ... which set of answers are you settling on?

    I think you need to read more definitions of the terms before you let us know!
    In addition to the link Ms. Sue gave you (which has excellent definitions, by the way), you may need to look them up here, too:
    http://www.answers.com

  • english -

    i think
    d
    e
    c
    a

  • english -

    persuasive appeals = devices in a speech that seek to convince an audience

    tone = the emotions that a speaker demonstrates towards his or her subject

    ethos = an appeal to the credibility of the speaker

    pathos = an appeal to a sense of right and wrong

    logos = an appeal to logic

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