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Personal interviews are good sources of supporting material for speeches because they add: A. credibility. B. seriousness. C. entertainment. D. purpose.
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User: Personal interviews are good sources of supporting material for speeches because they add: A. credibility. B. seriousness. C. entertainment. D. purpose.

Weegy: A. credibility.
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User: When using the Internet to conduct research, it is most important to: A. get the most current information. B. not spend too much time shopping online while researching. C. evaluate carefully that the sources are reliable and credible. D. realize it is the most time-saving method.

Weegy: When using the Internet to conduct research, it is most important to: C. evaluate carefully that the sources are reliable and credible.
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User: When planning a personal interview with a source, it is best to: A. contact the interviewee in writing. B. be mindful of the interviewee’s allotted time. C. always remember to follow up by thanking the interviewee. D. All of the above.

Weegy: D. All of the above.
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User: An advantage of using narratives in your speech is that they: A. explain abstract concepts. B. calm emotions. C. create excitement. D. clarify technical ideas.

User: In conducting a personal interview, setting limits on what will be covered should occur: A. at the beginning of the interview. B. in the middle of the interview. C. at the end of the interview. D. during the strategy stage.

Weegy: The right answer is D. during the strategy stage. In conducting a personal interview, setting limits on what will be covered should occur D. during the strategy stage.
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