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• • Title speech analysis • orator • place and date • to what audience ? . occasion topics main · RETHORICAL DEVICES aim ? Antithesis Alliteration · Anaphora Assonance Geminatio Hyperbole · Lito tes Enumeration (My parents, my friends, my colleagues...) I he passed away = he died) Euphemism (No, no we are ...) (This man weighs a ton). (ask not what a country...) unusual word order (no small achievement) Inversion introduction/ opening paragraph (being born, happy home) (we owe them,... (a nice bike, a cool fool, star - sprangled banner) we owe them) Metaphor (jungle of suspicion) Onomatopoeia (Her shoes clattered loudly) Parallelism personification (we are not this story's author) ("Free at last") quotation Rhetorical question repetition (out of step, out of arguments ...) simile / (But what can I do?) comparison like, as, if ( rolls down like water, you are as beautiful as ... I aim contact emphasis illustration, memory aid self presen- tation rhetorical devices making a joke using personal pronouns (we, our, us) • directly addressing. the audience emotive language. · rhetorical questions · repetition giving example emotive language. parallel structure. directly addressing the audience repetition metaphor · giving examples alliteration · contrasting words/ ideas parallel structure emotive language. making a joke • personal pronouns emotive language. • personal words phrases for analysis to establish contact with sb. to reach out connect to sb. make sb. feel personally addressed. to reinforce to emphasise · to stress to sb. to underline · to evoke a positive mood /reaction create (a) picture around. sth. contact with sb. illustrate/ visualise create a an idea memorable phrase. explain sth. understandably highlight one's own personal values. or beliefs present oneself as... persuasion quotation giving an example contrasting words Talking about function The function/aim/purpose of ... is to ... The intention behind this ... is to ... The...

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speaker uses/makes use of/employs this device in order to ... By using a device, the speaker tries/hopes/aims to achieve... A device serves/helps ... The function/effect of ... Situation formal: in a formal speech or letter; addressing someone unknown or higher in a hierarchy informal: used in spoken rather than written language, when speakers know each other well Describing style, tone and register The author/speaker makes use of/combines ... ... everyday/colloquial/informal/vulgar language. ... formal/literary/archaic/slang expressions. ... a concise/witty/eloquent/clear/impersonal style. literary: used mainly in written literary texts ● Features ● ● ● ● ● evoke ● offer a Talking about a line of argument positive reaction. an "easy-to-understand image The speaker starts off with points out that claims demands provides information about presents facts on focuses on offers solutions to/for promises respectful, neutral, detached style complete and complex sentences formal expressions foreign/specialist words • more personal and familiar style simple sentences, can be incomplete or ungrammatical, dialect or slang vivid, colloquial or vulgar expressions eloquent/elevated style ... Talking about body language His (lack of) eye contact with the audience captivates (alienates) ... An atmosphere of is created by using ... The speaker's erect/ relaxed posture conveys the message... complex sentences rich vocabulary use of stylistic devices can combine registers for various effects His conscious use of hand gestures suggests ... a humorous/ironic/serious/critical/positive tone. ... ... vivid/animated/exaggerated language. a polite/blunt/rude way of addressing sb. Examples After analysing the evidence, the hypothesis was concluded to be correct. I would be grateful for your advice on this. Morning all! How's things? Fancy a cuppa? • Gotta go get a donut. Ain't you got brains? C'mon, stupid. ● "So we went on in the quiet, and the twilight deepened into night. The clear blue of the distance faded, and one star after another came out." (Wells, The Time Machine)

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• • Title speech analysis • orator • place and date • to what audience ? . occasion topics main · RETHORICAL DEVICES aim ? Antithesis Alliteration · Anaphora Assonance Geminatio Hyperbole · Lito tes Enumeration (My parents, my friends, my colleagues...) I he passed away = he died) Euphemism (No, no we are ...) (This man weighs a ton). (ask not what a country...) unusual word order (no small achievement) Inversion introduction/ opening paragraph (being born, happy home) (we owe them,... (a nice bike, a cool fool, star - sprangled banner) we owe them) Metaphor (jungle of suspicion) Onomatopoeia (Her shoes clattered loudly) Parallelism personification (we are not this story's author) ("Free at last") quotation Rhetorical question repetition (out of step, out of arguments ...) simile / (But what can I do?) comparison like, as, if ( rolls down like water, you are as beautiful as ... I aim contact emphasis illustration, memory aid self presen- tation rhetorical devices making a joke using personal pronouns (we, our, us) • directly addressing. the audience emotive language. · rhetorical questions · repetition giving example emotive language. parallel structure. directly addressing the audience repetition metaphor · giving examples alliteration · contrasting words/ ideas parallel structure emotive language. making a joke • personal pronouns emotive language. • personal words phrases for analysis to establish contact with sb. to reach out connect to sb. make sb. feel personally addressed. to reinforce to emphasise · to stress to sb. to underline · to evoke a positive mood /reaction create (a) picture around. sth. contact with sb. illustrate/ visualise create a an idea memorable phrase. explain sth. understandably highlight one's own personal values. or beliefs present oneself as... persuasion quotation giving an example contrasting words Talking about function The function/aim/purpose of ... is to ... The intention behind this ... is to ... The...

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speaker uses/makes use of/employs this device in order to ... By using a device, the speaker tries/hopes/aims to achieve... A device serves/helps ... The function/effect of ... Situation formal: in a formal speech or letter; addressing someone unknown or higher in a hierarchy informal: used in spoken rather than written language, when speakers know each other well Describing style, tone and register The author/speaker makes use of/combines ... ... everyday/colloquial/informal/vulgar language. ... formal/literary/archaic/slang expressions. ... a concise/witty/eloquent/clear/impersonal style. literary: used mainly in written literary texts ● Features ● ● ● ● ● evoke ● offer a Talking about a line of argument positive reaction. an "easy-to-understand image The speaker starts off with points out that claims demands provides information about presents facts on focuses on offers solutions to/for promises respectful, neutral, detached style complete and complex sentences formal expressions foreign/specialist words • more personal and familiar style simple sentences, can be incomplete or ungrammatical, dialect or slang vivid, colloquial or vulgar expressions eloquent/elevated style ... Talking about body language His (lack of) eye contact with the audience captivates (alienates) ... An atmosphere of is created by using ... The speaker's erect/ relaxed posture conveys the message... complex sentences rich vocabulary use of stylistic devices can combine registers for various effects His conscious use of hand gestures suggests ... a humorous/ironic/serious/critical/positive tone. ... ... vivid/animated/exaggerated language. a polite/blunt/rude way of addressing sb. Examples After analysing the evidence, the hypothesis was concluded to be correct. I would be grateful for your advice on this. Morning all! How's things? Fancy a cuppa? • Gotta go get a donut. Ain't you got brains? C'mon, stupid. ● "So we went on in the quiet, and the twilight deepened into night. The clear blue of the distance faded, and one star after another came out." (Wells, The Time Machine)