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Interrogative Sentences

Interrogative Sentences

Interrogative Sentences. MarshLatin.wordpress.com. Interrogative Sentences. There are several kinds of interrogative sentences S entence questions (`yes/no questions’ W ord questions (` wh -questions') Rhetorical questions. Word Questions.

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Rhetorical Questions

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Rhetorical Questions

Rhetorical Questions

Rhetorical Questions. 8 th Grade English Lit. & Comp. OCHSA. Uh…what does “rhetoric” mean?. noun 1. the art or science of all specialized literary uses of language in prose or verse, including the figures of speech.

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Loaded Questions Rhetorical Questions

Loaded Questions Rhetorical Questions

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Sentence Structure Questions

Sentence Structure Questions

Sentence Structure Questions. www.misterconnor.org. What is sentence structure?. Sentence structure is about the way the sentence is constructed. It is not focused on the content of the sentence as such. To use an analogy, a house’s structure is in its foundations, bricks and construction.

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Objective Identify rhetorical devices: antithesis, rhetorical questions, repetition, parallelism

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Rhetorical Analysis and Rhetorical Appeals

Rhetorical Analysis and Rhetorical Appeals

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Rhetorical Précis and Rhetorical Analysis

Rhetorical Précis and Rhetorical Analysis

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Topic Sentence Sentence #1 Sentence #2 Sentence #3 Sentence#4

Give the basic definition of the Who or What. Topic Sentence Sentence #1 Sentence #2 Sentence #3 Sentence#4 Sentence #5 Sentence #6 Sentence #7 Sentence #8.

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Sentence Types: Simple Sentence Compound Sentence Complex Sentence Complex-Compound Sentence

Sentence Types: Simple Sentence Compound Sentence Complex Sentence Complex-Compound Sentence. Simple Sentences… Also called an INDEPENDENT CLAUSE Must contain a subject and a verb Be able to stand alone and make sense

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Rhetorical Strategies

Rhetorical Strategies

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