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Persuasive Appeals

Quiz by Thameen Ahmad

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  • Q1
    A little boy says that his friends should not go swimming in a river because his Mama said there were germs in the river. This is an example of
    Appeal to authority
    Appeal to emotions
    Appeal to logic
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  • Q2
    You'll make the right decision because you have something not many people do: you have heart. This is an example of
    Appeal to authority
    Appeal to logic
    Appeal to emotions
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  • Q3
    If we don't make a decision soon, we'll have a devastating future. Can't you see how dangerous being neutral will be for us? This is an example of
    Appeal to logic
    Appeal to authority
    Appeal to emotions
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  • Q4
    History has shown time and again--Stalin, Ivan IV, Idi Amin-- that absolute power corrupts absolutely. This is an example of
    Appeal to logic
    Appeal to authority
    Appeal to emotions
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