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1) Direct Address a) He will surely agree with me. b) I feel strongly about this. c) You will surely agree with me. 2) Dynamic Verb a) Chills tingle down my spine at the thought. b) There are chills down my spine. c) I am worried about this. 3) Alliteration a) Stop war. b) Bring an end to barbaric, bloodthirsty battles. c) Bring an end to this fighting. 4) Anecdote a) I remember when I was young, prisons were frightening. b) In the past, prisons were frightening. c) Prisons are no longer frightening. 5) Fact. a) December goes on forever. b) December is really cold. c) December has 31 days. 6) Figurative language. a) She was cold. b) Her hands were as cold as ice. c) Her hands were cold. 7) Opinion a) Christmas is in December. b) December has 31 days. c) December feels like a really long month. 8) Rhetorical question. a) You wouldn't say no to an orphan would you? b) What day is it today? c) What did you give to that orphan? 9) Repetition a) Free at last. We have achieved freedom! b) We have achieved freedom, finally. c) Free at last. Free at last. 10) Emotive language a) This war must end. b) Stop war. c) Bring an end to barbaric, bloodthirsty battles. 11) Exaggeration a) This is the worst day of my life! b) I wish today was over now. c) Today is rubbish. 12) Statistic a) Most cats prefer Whiskas. b) 8/10 cats prefer Whiskas. c) All the cats in this neighbourhood prefer Whiskas. 13) Simile a) She was cold. b) Her hands were icy. c) Her hands were as cold as ice. 14) Triple a) December is freezing. b) December is cold, icy and miserable. c) December is long.

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