The correct answer is “to emphasize the threat posed by Japan”.
Indeed, one of the most striking features of this speech is the repetition of the term “attack”. It was used a total of 11 times during the whole speech and it inventories the list of attacks that Japanese forces had carried out or were carrying out before and during the speech.
Furthermore, the speech closes with the word “danger” used twice which together with the former word further emphasize the clear imminent danger that Imperial Japan posed to the United States and the rest of the world.
Took the Test on Ed.
from the political point of view it could be said that the candidate is an effective speaker because she takes a strong position on the issue. it is an open discussion but probably she is making a presentation and can choose which subjects she wants to address. she is very likely to attain her aim which is to convince voters to accept her proposal.
queen elizabeth's purpose in the passage is;
d. to persuade the troops that she is a capable commander
"i have the heart and stomach of a king. i myself will be your general, judge, and rewarder."