persuasive language techniquesWhether you’re a beginning or advanced speaker and/or writer, you can always learn or freshen up on persuasive language techniques. Making a successful presentation of your argument can turn on very crucial details and get the audience to see your side quickly and painlessly.

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Below is a helpful list of some of the best persuasive grammar and syntax techniques with examples to get your audience to follow your lead!

We use persuasive language to convince others to agree with our facts, share our values, accept our argument and conclusions, and adopt our way of thinking. There are many different ways to persuade people whether in your writing or your public speaking.  Take a look at these more general tips:

Finishing Touches

Our last set of techniques involve smoothing out the rough edges with these tried and true strategies:

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