The text discusses the analysis and summary of a written piece, focusing on the structure of arguments, language, and persuasive techniques used by the author. The introduction should provide information about the main topic and the author's intention. The main part should summarize the article and highlight the stylistic devices used, such as allegory, alliteration, anaphora, climax, enumeration, hyperbole, metaphor, oxymoron, paradox, parallelism, personification, rhetorical question, simile, and symbol. The language used can be formal, neutral, or informal, and the tone can be serious, friendly, humorous, ironic, polite, rude, critical, or optimistic. The mood of the text can be changed by the tone, creating a certain feeling or attitude. The author can use persuasive techniques, such as logical reasoning, facts, statistics, data, and expert quotes, to support their arguments. The text can be objective or subjective, based on facts or feelings and opinions. Useful phrases for writing about language and style include formal, informal, colloquial, vulgar, academic, clear, objective, vivid, serious, friendly, humorous, ironic, polite, rude, critical, optimistic, plain, condensed, vivid, pompous, and artificial. Einleitungsverben can be used to affirm, declare, maintain, remark, add, claim, insist, observe, announce, demand, mention, or state. Comment can be used to compare, provide counterarguments, refute counterarguments, emphasize facts, and conclude. The conclusion should take everything into account and provide a summary of the author's intention and persuasive techniques used.