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Multiple Choice 1. What is the authors tone between lines 3-7? A. Frivolous B. Misconstrued C. Exemplified D. Negative E. Playful 2. By the conclusion of this portion of his essay, is it possible to determine whether Fineman is biased towards the parties? A. Yes, he uses slanted diction against the Democrats B. Yes, he uses slanted diction against the Republicans C. No, he uses slanted diction in regard to both parties D. No, he does not use slanted diction E. None of the Above 3. What is the authors purpose? A. To socialize B. To entertain C. To inform D. To get paid E. To contradict 4. Fineman uses which of the following rhetorical strategies in lines 8-14? A. Colloquial, Sentence Fragments, Poetic Change in Tone B. Colloquial,Sarcasm C. Litigating, Misconstruing, Change in Tone D. Mitigating, Lacing with strategic terms, Metaphor 5. Lines 18-19; “Son, don’t… go in”, is an example of what? A.
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course ENGLISH ENC1105 taught by Professor Johnsmith during the Spring '11 term at Harrison College.

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Multiple Choice - 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Multiple Choice What is...

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