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What language techniques should be included in a persuasive speech?

When writing to persuade an audience, there are a few key techniques the examiner will look out for:

- Rhetorical Questions

- Repetition

- Direct Address 

- Exaggeration/ hyperbole

- Groups of three

- Supporting Evidence 

- Strong Ending

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