The author two passages are informative about Florida’s Okefenokee Swamp. The author in Passage 1 supports this claim by using simple sentences to describe the swamp then finally using the last sentence as the negative thing about the swamp. Passage 1’s purpose is to inform tourists so they would want to visit, creating an inviting tone for the audience. The author in passage 2 supports this claim by informing about the smallest to biggest negative things about the swamp, then finally connecting the swamp with a “hellish zoo”.
Passage 2’s purpose is to inform the improvements for the tourists about the swamp, creating a negative tone for the audience being researchers or geologist. Passage 1 uses visual imagery to describe elaborately the positive nature at the Okefenokee Swamp. The “primitive swamp” is located in “southeastern Georgia and northern Florida” and is a “shallow saucer-shaped. ” Passage 1 also dramatically uses adjectives to inform about the unique qualities you can find present at the swamp, “exotic flowers such as floating hearts, and rare orchids” located in the “open water”.
Passage 1 informs persuasive material to try to attract tourists to visit but as the passage has sucked the audience in it gives almost a subliminal message about the alligators being present so the visitors will know but ignore it because of all the other positive attracts at the Swamp. Passage 2 uses imagery to describe the downfalls of the swamp. “Muck, mud, slime, and ooze” which exaggerates the description of the “Four hundred and thirty thousand Acres. The passage also is very concrete with verbs to inform about how much of a “misery of life” the swamp is comparing the swamp to a “hellish zoo”. Passage 2 uses order of organization for the least dangers of the swamp to the greatest dangers. Showing the audience, just because there is “stinging, biting, and boring insects” there is also hundreds of species with “beaks, talons, claws, teeth, stingers and fangs. ” Although, both passages are informative they are informing about two very opposite descriptions.
a) A final-notice collection letter from an appliance manufacturer to an appliance dealer that is 3 months behind on payments, sent 10 days before initiating legal collection procedures. 1. The primary audience in this subject includes the appliance dealer, and his employees who will be aﬀected by this situation. 2. The audience’s general attitude to this subject will most likely be skeptical and ...
Passage 1 uses persuasive imagery while passage 2 uses imagery to bash on the swamp. Passage 1 uses exact factual information for the location, size, bodies of water, vegetation, soil, and wildlife while passage 2 uses adjectives and descriptions for its’ information. Passage 1 has one little warning sign about the only that possibly could be a problem while the whole second passage is a warning sign basically saying not to come.
Passage 1 is described to be a peaceful relaxing swamp while passage 2 is a horrid, unwelcoming location. Both passages are informative for some reason. Passage 1 happens to be a positive description of the swamp. It is trying to persuade its’ audience to come and visit this relaxing, peaceful swamp. Passage 2 on the other hand is negative information trying to show its’ audience the improvements needed for the tourists. Then, concluding both passages having an informative purpose.