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Across
  1. 3. - What kind of questions are asked only for a persuasive effect?
  2. 6. - language aimed at convincing readers/listeners
  3. 8. - language designed to create strong feeling
  4. 9. - The kind of verbs expressing need (should, could, would etc.)
  5. 12. - A belief - but not necessarily true
  6. 14. - You've heard this persuasive feature ten million times already
  7. 15. - Ceasar's famous triplet: "I came, I ---, I conquered"
Down
  1. 1. - Anagram of "Dark Meal". Think about where you are!
  2. 2. - My dog's name (remember, from last week's lesson?)
  3. 4. - "Personal ---------" - persuasion delivered from an individual
  4. 5. - Commanding and instructive verbs are called "---------- verbs"
  5. 7. - Persuasive feature where nearby words all begin with the same sound
  6. 10. - Facts that are number-based
  7. 11. - "Personal --------" making readers connect with writers more closely
  8. 13. - Simple truth - and therefore obviously very convincing