check english answers please??

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Match the definition with the appropriate word.

A. an appeal to logic

B.the emotion that a speaker demonstrates towards his or her subject

C.an appeal to the credibility of the speaker

D.an appeal to the emotion

E.devices in a speech that seek to convince an audience

Use the word bank to answer the question.
19. persuasive appeals (1 point)

e

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20. tone (1 point)

b

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21. ethos (1 point)

c

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22. pathos (1 point)

d

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23. logos (1 point)

a

  1. Reed

    Since I can't see the word bank or the definitions, I have no way of knowing if you're right or wrong. For some reason, I can't see them from here where I live all the way to where you live. Strange but true!

  2. Isaac

    I don't realy think i can answer dix question

  3. ReedRudeAf

    Considering she put the answer choices/ definitions AT THE BEGININNING of the question
    you can in fact see them , Reed.
    Strange but true!

  4. BabyGirl

    All of the answers are correct! Good job!

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