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Rhetoric Device Video Projet
Transcript of Rhetoric Device Video Projet
The comparing of two words
that are each others opposite.
Eliminates the possible questioning of a word or phrase and explains its exact meaning.
The repetition of a word or phrase with the adding of more detail to it as you repeat. Helps to emphasize and show importance.
When an absent person or object is being addressed as if it is there and can respond back.
The repetition of one or a group of words to gain emphasis on the meaning
Repeating of a word or phrase at the beginning of sentences or lines
The use of an adjective to describe the subject with its name.
Uses the name of a famous person that is known for something in replace of actually describing what they are known for.
When words are usually together but are separated to gain emphasis
The use of many conjunctions in a sentence.
Ex. Her shirt was very
as the sun,
as the sun on a hot summer day.
a child on the side of the road;
a child with tears in his eyes;
someone with deep sorrow.
Example: She is as evil as she is good.
Example: "I miss you more and more each day, I miss your hugs" said Sarah to an empty room speaking of her father that has passed.
is what I want you to have, what we all need is
Example: What we have to do is very risky; by "risky" Imean that we could be killed.
Example: "Crying Depression" "Crazy Sally"
Example: You may want to check your research, You're no Sheldon Cooper!
Example: and off my little brother went. (My little brother went off)
Example: He looks very nice,
his socks match perfectly,
his hair looks lovely,
his shirt fits perfectly.