You'll be fine! I've never hit anything when I've driven before!
Well I'm never going to jump-rope again!
23% of jump-rope users break their neck due to tripping over the rope.
Oh no! I'll stop driiving my car right now!!!
Please stop the madness! The more we pollute the world, the more animals suffer from the environment!!
Ethos appeals to the person's moral character. The girl reassures the boy that she's never hit anything while driving and that he'll be fine.
Logos uses facts and statistics to help with one's argument. This person the statistic about jumping rope, he believed the facts and will never experience the fun of jumping rope again.
Pathos uses emotion to appeal to one's character. The commercial causes the pet lovers in the world to pity the animals and eventually persuade them to do what they want. Whether it's a donation or to stop polluting the environment or go adopt a pet.