the answer for the first one is emotional and for the second one its
immeasurable pain/bleeding wound
just took the assignment
the first one is emotional
and the second one is "immeasurable pain", "bleeding wound"
a. conscientiously, true interest of this continent
A. Nature, part.
Pathos, is a word of Greek origin which means "suffering" and "experience"
It is a form of persuasive language use to promote an emotive reaction from its audience and readers.
The first sentence seems ambiguous and even logical as one expects that right things should stand out.
The second part... blood of the slain the weeping voice starts preparing the reader for the experience lived until it reaches its finally state "tis time to part' .
The meaning of Part (depart) is congruent to death in this sentence. - the final state of nature that we all know to be inevitable but unwanted thus it produces a certain amount of fear - perhaps of the unknown, sadness, pain about the experience lived during the separation and most times despair because of its no-return/no solution significance.
B. tar, timber, iron, and cordage (apex)
D.pleads, blood, slain, weeping, cries
Pathos is associated with emotion, refers to the appeal to the emotional side of the target audience. In short, pathos seeks to empathize with the public. When the speaker uses his values, his beliefs and understanding, he moves the audience and communicates with them through a story.
With this we can conclude that the words that demonstrate Pathos in this passage best demonstrate pathos are described in the letter D. Because these words promote a certain emotion to the reader.
I would say that the words -and phrases- from this excerpt from Common Sense that best demonstrate pathos are: "The blood of the slain", "the weeping voice of nature cries".
Those phrases and those carefully chosen words stir up emotions of pity, and sorrow in the reader. They are strong, powerful words used in order to convince the audience with an argument drawn out through an emotional response and that is the main objective of Pathos.
In this passage, Reagan talks about the pain that the Holocaust go through.
The most important fact that has been talked about in this passage by the President Reagan is about the pain that the Holocausts have gone through in their lives.
They said that even though the wounds have dried up now but still the pain and the wound will not be forgotten ever. Those holocausts have done a really important and significant service to the mankind and they will never be forgotten for this service.
pleads, blood, slain, weeping, cries
d is the best answer for this question.