Persuasive Writing – Emotional vs Intellectual Words


Persuasive writers use words to convince the reader to listen or to act. The best way to do this is by using the rules of Ethos Logos Pathos.  Be credible, be logical, and appeal to your reader’s emotions.

 by Amanda Patterson

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This article has 17 comments

  1. Roland Marke

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  2. casey

    I’m interested in feedback on a few short stories I have written and would love to share and get feedback

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    I’ve been writing poetry for a very long time and I would like information on my vocabulary and also info on writing books.

  4. yusra

    You treat words as living things

  5. yusra

    You treat words as living things

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    To me, words are more precious than diamonds.

  8. Zodwa Zulu

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  14. Writology

    In other words, usage of formal language makes writing sound quite unnatural and fake concerning emotions. Writing any sort of story using everyday language makes it even easier for readers to percept.

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  17. Syed alwi

    Very educational and useful.Many Thanks.

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