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Rhetorical Strategies & Rhetorical Questions
Multiple Choice: Tactics and Strategies
Multiple Choice: What to Know
Essays: Tactics and Strategies
The Five-Paragraph Essay
The Rhetorical Essay
The Argument Essay
The Synthesis Essay
Comprehension: Figurative Language, Idioms, and Phrases
Persona, Tone, and Point of View
Inferring Identity and Character
Organizational Structures and Strategies
Grammar, Syntax, and Conventions of Written English
2 Full-Length Practice Exams
Test-Taking Tips & Strategies
Step-by-step guide to tackling your Essay Questions
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