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To break apart in order to figure it out.
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After thinking about what's happening now, what do you think will happen next?
Why have they created the ad?
Who are they trying to sell their product to?
The persuasive words, phrases, and techniques used in their ad to sell the product.
A statement, reason, or fact for or against a point.
To be believable.
Being able to get someone to do or believe something (like buy a product).
Too much of something.
Means you MUST do it.
Tells the writer's audience, purpose, and position.
A figure of speech in which two seemingly opposite words are put together: Jumbo Shrimp
A writer's attitude towards the subject.
To look back upon an experience, figuring out what you learned, and how you will use this lesson in the future.
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Mar 9th, 2013 at 05:35 GMT
This is really bad. At least half these definitions could fit other words or are not correct for the words.
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