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If your supporting point is designated by a capital letter, its subordinate points would be designated by:
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lowercase letters.
uppercase letters.
Arabic numerals.
Roman numerals.
Celtic runes.
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Because audiences in modern American culture prefer speeches that are brief, to the point, and unadorned, it is usually best to use a style that is:
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Which of the following is a common problem related to pauses in a speech?
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The speaker pauses too often.
The speaker pauses at the wrong places.
The speaker uses vocalized pauses.
all of these
The speaker pauses too often and The speaker pauses at the wrong places only
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Hubert addressed his audience saying, "I dunno howmanyayoo wanna maka lotta money after college." Hubert's inability to sound out his words distinctly shows that he should work on:
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When the speaker creates ________ in the speech, the listeners are able to grasp the pattern, anticipate the direction, and become more active participants in the speech situation.
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With which of the following types of delivery does the speaker run the risk of ignoring the audience?
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An outline is too broad and unfocused if it has more than ________ levels of development.
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The most important aspect of facial expression is:
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making eye contact.
eye brow raising.
nervous twitching.
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Vocalized pauses are more effective than silent pauses.
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The preparation outline should be prepared first The presentation outline should be created after the preparation outline is complete.
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Checking for proper subordination ensures that:
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the claims in the outline are precise and clear.
the purpose of the speech is appropriate to the situation.
the main points are parallel in importance.
the sentences are complete.
the supporting material is relevant to the idea it supports.
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An effective summary should:
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repeat the main ideas completely.
reiterate the development of the main ideas.
remind the audience of the key points.
all of these
repeat the main ideas completely and remind the audience of the key points only

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Earl explained what he meant by effective welfare reform by stating,"Welfare reform can only be considered effective when at least 40 percent of the adults currently on welfare are employed in full-time jobs that pay minimum wage or better." In this case Earl was offering his audience:
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an operational definition.
a technical definition.
a connotative definition.
a denotative definition.
a maxim.
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When Abraham Lincoln said that people would "little note nor long remember," what was said at Gettysburg that day, he was using what language strategy?
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parallel wording
active voice
inverted word order
purposeful ambiguity

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Citing statistics in the introduction works best when:
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they are drawn from a national survey.
they are rounded off.
they contradict beliefs commonly held by the listeners.
they confirm beliefs commonly held by the listeners.
they are accompanied by visual aids.
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Pausing at appropriate places is a natural conversational skill, most people need no practice to pause effectively.
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Challenging the audience is a useful type of conc
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