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Answer th Which rhetorical element is used in this example? is question…
It is a RHETORICAL QUESTION. What makes a question rhetorical is that it is not asked as a question, but more as a fact, and does not require an answer. It is usually defined as any question asked for a purpose other than to obtain the information the question asks. * Example : "Why do you keep doing that?" It is commonly used as a persuasive element in a speech or text. * Example : "Does the government really care about the taxpayer?" Sometimes the question is open to an uninvited answer. * Example : "Do you take me for a fool?"
What do i look like ? A fool....
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A rhetorical question is asked in order to produce an effect or to make a statement rather than to elicit information. Example: Is your head on straight?
Hypophora is a rhetorical term, but not a rhetorical question. The writer poses the question and immediately answers. Truman Capote used hypophora in 'A Christmas Memory."