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Emotional language is defined as __________. A. ordinary speech with no rhythmical pattern or rhyme B. the use of words to create a picture in the mind C. the use of words to create a desired emotion from the audience D. the struggle between a character and society
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Emotional language is defined as the use of words to create a desired emotion from the audience.
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Emotional language is defined as the use of words to create a desired emotion from the audience.
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