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Unit 2: Voices

Influencing Viewpoints

How is the form of who and whom used in this sentence? Who on earth would have come dressed up a the Statute of Liberty? a. subject b. object of the preposition
Read the excerpt from the "Gettysburg Address: Just as I would not be a slave, so I would not be a master. What rhetorical device is created by the italicized portions of the passage parallel structure
Which pronoun correctly completes the elliptical clause? Typically, Jasmine arrives earlier than _____ a. we b. us
Read the excerpt from Johnson's remarks at Gettysburg: One hundred years later, the Negro remains in bondage to the color of his skin. This is an example of a. reason b. claim
On this hallowed ground, heroic deeds were performed and eloquent words were spoken a century ago. What are the "eloquent words" Johnson is referring to? Lincoln's Gettysburg Address
Read the passage from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's "I Have a Dream" speech. Five score years ago, a great American ...signed the Emancipation Proclamation." What effect does Dr. King's allusion have on the speech? The allusion reminds the listener that it has been one hundred years since the Emancipation Proclamation, and inequality still exists.
Read the passage:"The note was a promise that all men- black men as well as white men- would be guaranteed the inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." What does allusion to the Declaration of Independence have on the speech? The allusion reminds the listener of the rights ans beliefs that are the foundation of America.
What rhetorical device would you use to create a feeling of unity between yourself and your audience? first-person plural address
Which rhetorical device would you use to make a comparison between the current situation and another situation? an allusion
If you were reading a math textbook and come across the word "parallel". Which reference would be most helpful in understanding how this word relates to math? a. glossary b. thesaurus
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