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persuade
plead
pass on

persuasiveness

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好人精神

samaritan spirit

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预测潜在困扰

pre-empt potential concern

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明显的对比

stark contrast

5

消除困扰

dispel the concern

6

支持

buttress

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称赞

eulogizing

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In his essay +标题, X delivers a __________ that + 文章的主旨 ….. By the end of the piece the reader will likely ____________ with what X _____ to say, and this isn’t just because s/he’s right. X, like any good writer, _________ 1,2 and 3 to ______ the audience to take his side.

In his essay +标题, X delivers a masterful dissertation that + 文章的主旨 ….. By the end of the piece the reader will likely find themselves nodding in agreement with what X has to say, and this isn’t just because s/he’s right. X, like any good writer, employs 1,2 and 3 to plead with the audience to take his side.

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-various reasons
-credible evidence
-______ diction
-effective structures
-effective _______ devices
-use of first person pronouns

-various reasons
-credible evidence
-meticulous diction
-effective structures
-effective rhetorical devices
-use of first person pronouns

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Clear and multiple reasons_________
After revealing the first reason to.., the author__________
-___________ the second reason… is essential.
-X further strengthens his argument by mentioning…
-By reading t___________________…
-With three ______________- and critical reasons, the author structures a _____________

Clear and multiple reasons empower the persuasiveness of this essay.
After revealing the first reason to.., the author transits smoothly to mention…
-Now the readers realises the second reason… is essential.
-X further strengthens his argument by mentioning…
-By reading this readers would probably come to the revelation that…
-With three comprehensive and critical reasons, the author structures a solid argument that cannot easily be argues against.

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1. Fact/Statistics:


The truth in the numbers is ______, and he cites his sources ______, making the statement that much more authentic.___________, and with information as direct as a statistic, X is handing that power to the reader-the power to agree with him.

These facts back up X’s claims that …. Without these evidence, X’s passage __________and we would never be able to believe what he has said.


1. Fact/Statistics:


The truth in the numbers is undeniable, and he cites his sources promptly, making the statement that much more authentic. Knowledge is often viewed as power, and with information as direct as a statistic, X is handing that power to the reader-the power to agree with him.


These facts back up X’s claims that …. Without these evidence, X’s passage would not mean a thing to us readers and we would never be able to believe what he has said.

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2. we/first-person pronouns:

The author not only create a ______ but also include him and the reader_______ …the reader feels that x ______but from the same side as the reader. The first person pronouns invoke a special feeling of ______…In this way, X is able to affect the reader emotionally through his ________ use of “we”

2. we/first-person pronouns:

The author not only create a powerful cadence but also include him and the reader in a unified body. …the reader feels that x no longer argues from the opposite side but from the same side as the reader. The first person pronouns invoke a special feeling of camaraderie…In this way, X is able to affect the reader emotionally through his repetitive use of “we”

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X is certainly no _______ author, as he understands how to _______ 1, 2 , and 3. __________ and more that make this article worthy of recognition. Once one reads the piece, he will be _________ with X, and it isn’t for no reason.

X is certainly no amateur author, as he understands how to utilise 1, 2 , and 3. It is his utilisation of these practices and more that make this article worthy of recognition. Once one reads the piece,he will be nodding along in accordance with X, and it isn’t for no reason.

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His humour diction provides a link between _______, revealing not only an opportunity to laugh, but also _______ that X is trustworthy and just like someone else.

His humour diction provides a link between he and the audience, revealing not only an opportunity to laugh, but also reinforcement of the concept that X is trustworthy and just like someone else.

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蔑视的

disparaging

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Throughout the passage, ________________ strong, emotional vocabulary and rhetorical devices to appeal to the pathos of his audience in his reasoning and evidence.

Throughout the passage, Author never forgets to incorporate strong, emotional vocabulary and rhetorical devices to appeal to the pathos of his audience in his reasoning and evidence.

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Without factual evidence to prove the effectiveness of…, Author wouldn’t be able to further craft his strong argument.

Without factual evidence to prove the effectiveness of…, Author wouldn’t be able to further craft his strong argument.

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Writing as a reaction to his _____ that…, XX argue that… He builds this claim by…, … and …

Writing as a reaction to his disappointment that…, XX argue that… He builds this claim by…, … and …

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The contrast serves as a _______ to highlight the ________ and gravity of…, drawing the audience into the _____________

The contrast serves as a vehicle to highlight the irony and gravity of…, drawing the audience into the principle issue addressed by the writing

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Emotionally-charged _____

Emotionally-charged inquiry