Read the excerpt from Roosevelt’s State of the Union address and the poster below it. Fortunately, there are only a few American
s who place appetite above patriotism. The overwhelming majority realize that the food we send abroad is for essential military purposes, for our own and Allied fighting forces, and for necessary help in areas that we occupy. Poster about rationing. Both the speech and the poster convey the importance of conserving resources at home so troops can have more. making sure that all citizens receive a fair share. displaying patriotism in all facets of one’s daily life. donating money to provide supplies for the troops.
I believe the correct answer is: diction to convey their message.
Both this excerpt from Roosevelt’s State of the Union address and the poster use the particular diction, a style of enunciation in speaking or singing, to convey their message. In his speech Roosevelt uses words such as patriotism, essential and necessary to put an emphasis on the need to send more food to the soldiers, so they could win a war. On the poster, the emphasis is realized by using the dash and by underlining “they”.
A. The domestic generations fell from him. This is because Buck is forgetting the traits of his family since they have been pet dogs, and is thinking that he is a wild dog that has had no domestication or contact with people.