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Grade 10 :: English Language Arts by Houlee
Of the following lines (spoken by Creon to Haimon) which is the best example of a Rhetorical Question?
  1. But if his sons fail him, if they turn out unprofitably, what has he fathered but trouble for himself and amusement for the malicious?
  2. Have you come here hating me, or have you come with deference and with love whatever I do?
  3. You consider it right for a man of my years and experience to go to school to a boy?
  4. You think it right to stand up for an anarchist?
Grade 10 :: English Language Arts by Houlee
Which of the following is NOT a Rhetorical Question?
  1. Can poverty ever be eradicated?
  2. Will you go to the prom with me?
  3. Will I ever get a date to the prom?
  4. Can a person ever have too much love?
  5. Can a repeat offender ever be trusted not to commit another crime?
Grade 10 :: Writing by Houlee
Which famous quote is the best example of a rhetorical question?
  1. "Marriage is a wonderful institution, but who would want to live in an institution?" (H. L. Mencken)
  2. He must be very ignorant for he answers every question he is asked. (Voltaire)
  3. I'd asked around 10 or 15 people for suggestions. Finally one lady friend asked the right question, 'Well, what do you love most?' That's how I started painting money. (Andy Warhol )
  4. The big question is whether you are going to be able to say a hearty yes to your adventure. (Joseph Campbell)
Grade 12 :: Opinion Writing by october11wood
The three points of the rhetorical (or Aristotlian) triangle are:
  1. ethos, pathos, and logos
  2. subject, conflict, author
  3. speaker, audience, subject
  4. teacher, student, audience
Grade 11 :: Rhetoric and Propaganda by parkere
Grade 6 :: Writing Essays by wdrew
Grade 11 :: Rhetoric and Propaganda by parkere
Grade 10 :: Communication Skills and Public Speaking by trosep
To make themselves clearly understood, speakers should always make their speeches
  1. rhetorical
  2. spatial
  3. cyberbabble
  4. organized
  5. all of the above
  6. none of the above
Grade 8 :: Writing by Surfaafitch24
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This type of persuasion is...
  1. Appeal to Authority
  2. Rhetorical Question
  3. Emotional Appeal
  4. All of the above
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