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SAT 56

1. The author begins his argument with an anecdote illustrating that

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2. The author further develops his argument by broadening the claim of

from

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3. Author exemplifies the, setting up him to introduce the argument that

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4. Having debunked the most outrageous claims of, author shows the reader

the other side of his argument--

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5. Author expands his defense of the argument by discussing

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6. Author introduces to maintain his argument.

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7. Author further strengthens his argument by stressing again

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8. Author reinforces the argument made earlier by pointing out

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9. Author summarizes his prior points and shapes them into a coherent thesis

statement.

10. To make his argument seem balanced, author moves to another point in his

argument about

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11. Author strengthens his points made earlier by summarizing

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12. Author ends the passage by restating the thesis.

13. Author builds an argument to persuade his audience that through the

presentation of statistics, connections to social media as well as using specific


diction to establish his argument.

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14. Author uses statistics and facts, as presented by, in order to show in order

to persuade his audience that

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15. Author begins his essay with the statistic saying that

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16. Author uses this to build his argument by evoking his audience to think that

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17. He uses to establish the fact that , asking his audience to consider

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18. Author says this to evoke a concern within audience about the truth in media.

author accounts for that

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19. Author uses personal pronouns to show that, not only establishing his

credibility on the subject, but also aiding in his persuasion of his audience by
allowing

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20. Through his word choice, author further establishes his argument by

ascribing

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21. In authors editorial for the, he argues against

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22. By the end of this piece the readers will likely find themselves nodding in

agreement with

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23. Author, like any good writer, employs tactical reasoning and persuasive devices

to plead with audience to take his side.

24. , author ventures, his first utilization of a cold, hard fact.

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25. The truth in the numbers is undeniable, and he cites his sources promptly,

making the statement that much more authentic.

26. Not only does author spread the facts with numbers, he also does so with

trends.

27. His thoroughness in this regard carefully builds his argument against this

piece , this is just one of the many ways he spreads his opposition.

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28. Additionally, author appeals to the ethical and emotional side of individual.

29. With key phrases like and , author activates

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30. While one might view this as selfish, author reassures the reader that they are

not alone in feeling this, further contributing to his argument.

31. By putting himself beside the reader as a , he equals them, and makes

himself more likeable in the process.

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32. Appealing to, too, author qualifies that they

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33. An article focusing on the choice between and how that choice might,

but by adjusting his diction (i.e. using well known phrases, selecting words with

strong connotations), author creates something out of the ordinary.

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34. It is with word choice such as that the author reveals the .

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35. Negative words with specifically poor connotations also aid author in his

persuasive struggle.

36. ,, and all depict a tone of , surely helping author to spread


his message.

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37. It is through many rhetorical devices that author sells his argument.

38. Author has created a highly plausible argument that

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39. He has developed valid claims that are backed up with crucial evidence and

has been able to properly persuade the reader by appealing to logos and other

rhetorical strategies.

40. Author uses his words and research to reason with the reader and explain

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41. However, author delivers an appealing argument

42. This excerpt creates another claim that leaves the reader wondering if are
really worth it.

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43. These past two claims are connected well because they both draw the reader

back to the idea of

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44. Another claim by author,

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45. Evidence is a key component of this passage and author is sure to include this

when presenting us with key facts.

46. He references important agencies such as the

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47. Evidence he also uses are facts such as,

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48. These facts back up authors claims that are the better choice.

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49. Without evidence, his passage would not mean a thing to us readers and we

would never be able to believe what he has said.

50. Persuasive elements are what make this passage successful.

51. He appeals to logos when stating all of his claims about, but he also appeals

to pathos because this passage described

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52. Throwing examples at us, persuade the reader as well.

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53. With rhetorical strategies and direct examples, author is clearly able to

persuade the reader to choose. next time.

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54. Author has made the choice obvious with his persuasive and effective passage.

55. He has been able to develop several ideas and backed them up with evidence

that us readers can trust.

56. After reading this passage, there seems to be no other choice than

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