cope up with
The committee approved by the new policy
The committee was approved by the new policy
The policy approved by the committee
The committee approved the new policy
I don't never go swimming in September
I never go swim in September
I never go swimming in September
I don't never swimming in September
I showed my respect
I talked to
Whatever, is, is right
Whatever is, is right
Whatever is, is, right
Whatever is is right
My head is circling
I feel nowhere
I feel giddy
My head is giving spins
hope and aspiration
bright and clear
death and dissolution
conflict and resolution
He asked to me, "Why did you kill the bird?"
He said to me, "We did I kill the bird?"
He said to me, "He had killed the bird."
He said to me, "He killed the bird."
Question 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23 are based on the following reading.The ancient Greeks were famous for their•love of arguing and debating in public places— people like Plato and Aristotle gave i the best presentations of their day. They thought that the best form of argument was reason, but they recognized that because of human weakness two further techniques would always be used: appeal to a person's good character and appeal to the emotions. These three techniques together they called 'rhetoric', and nowadays we use the expression 'rhetorical language' to refer to language that is deliberately intended to persuade and influence.
to argue that the Greeks were good at arguing
to describe the origin of 'rhetoric' and 'rhetorical langua
to show how to give the best presentation
to a tribute to Plato and Aristotle
The art of persuasive speech
The Greek Orators
Importance of arguments and debates
Appelaling to the emotion
goodness of the audience