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Subject: GED

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How does the GED organization score tests?

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Answer every single question, as wrong answers do not count against you. The points are comprised of solely correct answers

Subject: Literature

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What are two commonly used figurative devices that help authors create meaning?

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Two commonly used types of figurative language are metaphor and simile. Both of these devices are using comparison between the abstract and the concrete. It creates a multidimensional meaning that ultimately deepens the text.

Subject: English

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What are three different types of rhetorical devices used in argumentative writing or advertising?

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Authors and creators often use ethos, pathos, and logos to argue their point or persuade an audience. Ethos is directly relating to the credibility of a source of information, pathos appeals to the emotions of an audience, and logos uses factual statistics or logic to cement a point.

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