avoiding contractions, such as can't or won't using proper punctuation and spelling using jargon and technical terms correctly being aware of your audience as a group of professionals all of the above
i'd say this is just thinking logically. Would you say it looks more professional when I choose to type properly? ...or when im talken like thiz?
what about this
Ethos is an appeal to _____. the audience's sense of right and wrong the speaker's credibility the audience's sense of logic the audience's emotions
i know i should start a another chat
wouldn't it be the speakers credibility
let's look at the definition for ethos: the characteristic spirit of a culture, era, or community as manifested in its beliefs and aspirations some synonyms: spirit, character, atmosphere, mood, feeling... it likely would not be the speaker's credibility. there is one answer choice that works the best, especially given the list of synonyms for ethos. which one do you think that is?
the audience's emotions
there's another question
what is ur other question
or should i close it
You should make a variety of appeals—to the audience’s logic as well as your own image.True or false
just ask ur question it is easer
my answer is true but it might be wrong
what is it
making a new post would be helpful, but for the sake of convenience we can keep it within this thread. if you're, say, giving a speech, you would want to keep your audience interested and present yourself in a professional manner. you'd want to be persuasive -- this is a reflection of your image, and it has an effect on your audience. so, the answer would be true. you're right!
woo thanks guys/girls