youngjuvie
  • youngjuvie
Which of the following best describes a rhetorical device? a technique used in writing or speaking that is intended to persuade a technique that employs fallacies to confuse or convince the reader metaphors, fallacies, persuasion, and pathos but not logos a technique intended to manipulate the reader into believing things that are not true none of the above
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youngjuvie
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@YoloShroom
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nikeboi101
  • nikeboi101
A.a technique used in writing or speaking that is intended to persuade
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thanks
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