1. Earl explained what he meant by effective welfare reform by
stating,"Welfare reform can only be considered effective when at
least 40 percent of the adults currently on welfare are employed in
full-time jobs that pay minimum wage or better." In this case Earl
was offering his audience:
an operational definition.
a technical definition.
a connotative definition.
a denotative definition.
2. When Abraham Lincoln said that people would "little note nor long remember," what was said at Gettysburg that day, he was using what language strategy?
inverted word order
3. Citing statistics in the introduction works best when:
they are drawn from a national survey.
they are rounded off.
they contradict beliefs commonly held by the listeners.
they confirm beliefs commonly held by the listeners.
they are accompanied by visual aids.
4. Pausing at appropriate places is a natural conversational skill, most people need no practice to pause effectively.
Other samples, services and questions:
When you use PaperHelp, you save one valuable — TIME
You can spend it for more important things than paper writing.