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When a speech attempts to influence the audience s beliefs, attitudes, and opinions about something, it is generally meant to: A. inform. B. persuade. C. entertain. D. celebrate.
When a speech attempts to influence the audience s beliefs, attitudes, and opinions about something, it is generally meant to: B. Persuade - - -
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User: When a speech attempts to influence the audience s beliefs, attitudes, and opinions about something, it is generally meant to: A. inform. B. persuade. C. entertain. D. celebrate.

Weegy: A. inform
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