Language Arts URGENT!

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2.
Which of the following from "Take the Junk Out of Marketing Food for Kids" is an example of semantic slanting? (1 point)

"food pyramid"
"food manufacturers"
"food police"

3.
Which of the following testimonials would be MOST appropriate to support the ideas in "Take the Junk Out of Marketing Food to Kids?" (1 point)

a famous actor who is a parent to school-age children
a politician involved in school reform
a famous nutritional expert working for a nonprofit organization


My Answers~
2)A
3)D

~Are these correct?~

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    I don't agree on 2.
    I have no idea what answer D is on 3. Of the three, I lean to the last one.

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    ya srry i meant C since there is only 3 answers u can choose.

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    ok well i think 2 is B am i still wrong?

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    Do kids care about what politicians think?

    I agree with Bobpursley.

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    i guess not...

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    so i guess that would that make 2 C right?

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    cause i think c would be more interesting than b can u please tell me if im wrong on thinking 2 is c

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    Yes, 2 is c.

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    thx :)

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    You're welcome. :-)

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    Your cheating and you should feel ashamed.

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    1.
    Trying to spread ideas that hurt one cause and help another is called _____. (1 point)

    (0 pts) testimonial
    (0 pts) semantic slanting
    (1 pt) propaganda


    2.
    Which of the following from "Take the Junk Out of Marketing Food for Kids" is an example of semantic slanting? (1 point)

    (0 pts) "food pyramid"
    (0 pts) "food manufacturers"
    (1 pt) "food police"


    3.
    Which of the following testimonials would be MOST appropriate to support the ideas in "Take the Junk Out of Marketing Food to Kids?" (1 point)
    (0 pts) a famous actor who is a parent to school-age children
    (0 pts) a politician involved in school reform
    (1 pt) a famous nutritional expert working for a nonprofit organization


    4.
    How are the two selections different? (1 point)
    (1 pt) "Grainies" uses a testimonial.
    (0 pts) "Grainies" provides facts.
    (0 pts) "Grainies" contains propaganda.

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