anonymous
  • anonymous
Read the following sentence: "Reginald, you need to practice your math," said Mr. White. "Don't you remember how your tutor said that regular practice would help you learn?" In this passage, what type of argument is Mr. White making?
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anonymous
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A. An ethos appeal B. A logos appeal C. A pathos appeal D. A generalization
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anonymous
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im thinking between b or C

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iGreen
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I don't think it's logos appeal..usually when we use logos appeal we're stating a fact.
anonymous
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so its more pathos?
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iGreen
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Yes, I believe that's right.

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