Then he goes into a rant about his life, which underlines his ethos.

or With a passion for learning, personal development, peak performance and leadership, this is his latest project which started in 2016. (Note: A speech with an unchanging energy level as comparison is necessary for this, which will be added here shortly.). He should have given them one last 'Let's get out there and XYZ' call to action and ended on a high. Here are some examples for uses of figures of speech in speeches and presentations: Steve Jobs use of figures of speech in his iPhone presentation; Figures of speech in Al Pacino’s inch by inch speech (see colored notes in the transcript) Any Given Sunday gave us one of the great sports movie speeches of all time: Al Pacino’s dramatic “inch by inch” address.

We are trudging through another week of testing in my district, but I have gotten lucky with only having to administer for 2 mornings! Now, the different structure elements contain different messages and are also presented with according pathos and ethos. Thank you for all the messages of support, I love yall! That’s, that’s part of life. And lately, We are in hell right now, gentlemen [RF: hyperbole: hell] Thanks!!! So is football. Three minutes to the biggest battle of our professional lives.

Three minutes Selected Figures of Speech.

Inch by inch, play by play. Finally, he offers a solution to win in life/game by expressing that it is a small step at a time (logos), while at the same time pushing his character (ethos) and creating emotional affects with various means from them underlined with rhetorical figures. Now I think you are going to see a guy who will go that inch with you. They're in every break of the game, every minute, every second (TRICOLON & ANAPHORA). Either On this team, we tear ourselves, and everyone around us You are going to see a guy Next is a retell worm! techniques, humor, quotes & anecdotes you can use in your

That’s just as important. That’s football guys. and either we heal now, as a team,or we will die as individuals.That’s football guys.That’s all it is.Now, whattaya gonna do? Furthermore, follows the analogy of life and game to the team. One-half second too slow, too fast, you dont quite catch it.\r\rThe inches we need are everywhere around us.\r\rTheyre in every break of the game, every minute, every second.\r\rOn this team, we fight for that inch. and either we heal now, as a team, But you only learn that when you start losing stuff. I pissed away all my money, believe it or not. it is because, I am still willing to fight, and die for that inch Who is the audience? You got to look at the guy next to you. Rhetorical figures work with rhythms (repetition), contrasting emotions (antithesis), and other mostly unconscious effects. In the movie’s context, D’Amato is a sports coach of the Miami Sharks, a once-great NFL team who face hard times. Al Pacino motivational "inch by inch" speech from movie "Any Given Sunday" - Contains profanities I dont know what to say, really. One half second too slow or too fast [RF: antithesis] Likewise, if you want to emphasize that a competitor's policy is dangerous and could eat away at your market share, instead of saying, "it could gradually eat into it, " you could say, "eat into it bit by bit, piece by piece, mouthful by mouthful. Between living and dying (ANAPHORA, PARALLELISM & SCESIS ONOMATON)! You almost want to grab your helmet and get out on the field yourself! If you watch the video clip, you'll instantly realize the first is Pacino's truly outstanding delivery. you only learn that when you start losing stuff. Now I can’t make you do it. It’s hard out there, but we do the best we can And we also speak up for things that aren’t right. Now, whattaya gonna do? .

It’s hard out there, but we do the best we can And we also speak up for things that aren’t right. I can't even stand the face I see in the mirror. [RF: metaphor: life = game of inches] We can climb outta hell one inch at a time.\r\rNow, I cant do it for you. life is a game of inches. I see these young faces, and I think -- I mean -- I made every wrong choice a middle-aged man can make. more information Accept. Al Pacino - Inch By Inch Speech By STEVEN ANTHONY VALENTI on January 20, 2012 1:11 PM | 4 Comments | 0 TrackBacks In the movie, Any Given Sunday , Tony D'Amato (played by Al Pacino) gives a pregame speech to a football team that fought hard to rise from the depths of obscurity, to earn the chance to play in the Super bowl.
between WINNING and LOSING Believe me. For example, when John Cleese uses a variety of synonyms for being dead in the famous Monty Python 'Dead Parrot Sketch' (watch it here) he's using Scesis Onomaton to emphasize that the parrot is 'bleedin' demised!' we can fight our way