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Which of the following is the most complete description of persuasion? 1.writing and speaking to change the minds of others 2.writing and speaking in an attempt to manipulate others 3.writing and speaking in an attempt to influence another person's thoughts, feelings, or actions 4.none of the above
Weegy: Somewhat. Proper use of grammar or lack thereof, proper spelling, or lack thereof indicates to a certain degree ones' education if not ones' intelligence. (More)
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Writing and speaking in an attempt to influence another person's thoughts, feelings, or actions is the most complete description of persuasion.
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The main idea is usually stated in the topic sentence. TRUE.

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We rejoice that old BROWN has been hung. He was not only a murderer of innocent persons, but he attempted one of the greatest crimes against society—the stirring up of a servile and civil war. He has paid the penalty for his crimes, and we hope his fate may be a warning to all who might have felt inclined to imitate his aggressive conduct. —Cincinnati Enquirer Which word shows a particularly strong connotation? 1.fate 2.murderer i3.nclined 4.penalty
Weegy: The correct answer is true. User: We rejoice that old BROWN has been hung. He was not only a murderer of innocent persons, but he attempted one of the greatest crimes against society—the stirring up of a servile and civil war. He has paid the penalty for his crimes, and we hope his fate may be a warning to all who might have felt inclined to imitate his aggressive conduct. —Cincinnati Enquirer Which word shows a particularly STRONG connotation? 1.fate 2.murderer 3.inclined 4.penalty (More)
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Score: You learned in this lesson that the mythical Trojan War was instrumental in forming Greek culture. It has been said that there were no real "Greeks" before this, just relatively unconnected kingdoms in the land that would later be called Greece. How did the story of the war help "make" Greek culture? It provided something for all Greeks to talk about. It gave Greeks a common history. It represented a moment when the different kingdoms came together for a common cause, unifying the ...
Weegy: In Greek mythology, the Trojan War was waged against the city of Troy by the Achaeans (Greeks) after Paris of Troy took Helen from her husband Menelaus, the king of Sparta. [ The war is among the most important events in Greek mythology and was narrated in many works of Greek literature, including the Iliad and the Odyssey by Homer. "The Iliad" relates a part of the last year of the siege of Troy, while the Odyssey describes the journey home of Odysseus, one of the Achaean leaders. ] (More)
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It provided something for all Greeks to talk about, It gave Greeks a common history, and It represented a moment when the different kingdoms came together for a common cause, unifying the different kingdoms into one Greece. (Check all of these)
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