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Exit What is the main point of a persuasive essay? A. The writer wants to convince the reader to accept the writer's point of view. B. The writer wants to force the reader to accept that he/she is wrong. C. The writer wants to charm the reader into believing what the essay says is true. D. The writer wants to find solutions to difficult problems by writing an essay about the problems and solutions.
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User: Exit What is the main point of a persuasive essay? A. The writer wants to convince the reader to accept the writer's point of view. B. The writer wants to force the reader to accept that he/she is wrong. C. The writer wants to charm the reader into believing what the essay says is true. D. The writer wants to find solutions to difficult problems by writing an essay about the problems and solutions.

Weegy: The main point of a persuasive essay is: The writer wants to convince the reader to accept the writer's point of view.


User: Last week your mother caught you lying about where you were going to be. This week when you ask permission to stay at a friend's house she says, "how do I know you're telling me the truth?" Which factor of persuasion have you harmed for your audience? A. Trust B. Facts C. Emotions D. Endorsements

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Exit The universal theme developed in this story is A. man vs. nature. B. man vs. god. C. man vs. man. D. man vs. self.
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In the most dangerous game the universal theme developed in the story is: Man vs nature.
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I get positively angry with the impertinence of it [the paper] and the everlastingness can be used to best illustrate the narrator's growing hostility toward the yellow wallpaper.
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In "To Build a Fire," man vs. nature conflict is best described using the conflict between the man and A. his dog. B. The Yukon Territory. C. his own ego. D. the camp.
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In "To Build a Fire," man vs. nature conflict is best described using the conflict between the man and: The Yukon Territory.
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