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Jill says that Kelsey is "a sweet person." Jill's comment is (Points : 2) conveying allness. conveying disaffiliation. precise. polarizing.
Weegy: a conveying allness User: John is impressed by Gabriela's firm handshake. She has sent a message through (Points : 2) haptics. paralanguage. artifacts. chronemics. Weegy: The answer is haptics. ; Haptics refers to the sense of touch (from Greek ???? = "I fasten onto, I touch"). It is a form of nonverbal communication. Haptic customs differ greatly throughout the world. [ In many Spanish-speaking countries of Latin America, people greet each other with one kiss on the cheek, for example in Argentina. In Spain, people greet each other with two kisses on the cheek. In Colombia shaking hands or verbal greeting is common and probably without hugging. In Peru when men greet one another they usually do so shaking hands or with a verbal greeting, otherwise, whenever a woman is involved, greeting involves kissing on the cheek or verbal greeting. In the United States, the main form of greeting is shaking hands, though when greeting friends it is not uncommon for them to hug. In Japan, people bow to each other in greeting and think it rude to touch. ] User: Natalya is frequently late for class. She is communicating a message to her instructor through (Points : 2) proxemics. haptics. paralanguage. chronemics. Weegy: Paralanguage User: "Interpersonal communication" refers to (Points : 2) communication between dyads rather than larger groups. communication within large groups rather than dyads. only the exchange of verbal symbols. communication to initiate, develop, maintain, or terminate relationships. Weegy: communication within large groups rather than dyads. (More)
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Which type of learner might benefit from taping lectures and reading notes aloud? (Points : 1) Auditory Visual Analytical
Weegy: Auditory is the correct answer. [smile] User: When taking notes, it's a good practice to try to write down everything you hear, word-for-word. (Points : 1) True False (More)
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The answer is Auditory, because the person can listen to themselves reading out loud and they can listen to the recorded lectures to get a better grasp on the lectures.
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The boxes on a spreadsheet into which data can be typed are called (Points : 1) cubes cells blanks slots
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Answer is: cells.
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