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Rhetorical Skills (:

ACT Prep

QuestionAnswer
Strategy Questions Many concern transitions of ideas
Transition Questions pop out through the whole entire passage.
But(Contradiction) However, quite the contrary, despite, rather, notwith
ThereFore(cause and effect) Hence, and so, thus, consequently, for example, becasue of finally, in conclusion
also(in addition) for example, furthermore,
Organization Questions The first ask you to check the placement of an underlined word.
Ordering whole paragraphs Do not to re read all passages
How do you spot redundancy Things that state the same thing, usually adjectives
The big 3 transitions But, also, therefore
Transitions The underlined portion almost, always at the beginning
Check for transitions underlined at the beginning
Organizations questions Second ask you to reorder the sentences.
Here how to crack it ;look at the structure
Created by: shyshy913