Use of strong words to influence the perception of the reader. Language which is charged with emotion. Examples: forcing, unnecessary, hate, infuriating, surprisingly.
43% of pilots admit to falling asleep during flight. http://www.cracked.com/photoplasty_550_16-shocking-statistics-youll-wish-were-made-up/
Co-chair of the EAG Professor Jonathan Boston says there are actions that the government can take right now to reduce the harm done to children experiencing poverty. “But if we’re serious about substantially reducing child poverty rates, then our policy responses will need to be correspondingly ambitious."
Rhetoric is a persuasive technique used to convince people verbally. Rhetorical questions are used in a persuasive argument
Listing is a powerful way to influence your reader to your point of view, not just presenting one argument but several ideas one after the other.
Repeating your ideas in a way that uses different words, emphasizes your point more strongly and makes your writing more interesting to read.
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