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Q: The best speakers present sound logic, well-constructed emotional appeals, and focus heavily on their nonverbal cues verbal cues ethos appearance schoolwork
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User: The best speakers present sound logic, well-constructed emotional appeals, and focus heavily on their nonverbal cues verbal cues ethos appearance schoolwork

Weegy: That is true
dvalle93|Points 2|

User: Choose the source that would support or defend the following assertion. Your donation would help us to give the Help Group a larger part of our profit, which is great because 98% of their funding comes from private donations. an interview with a student in the club that is asking for donations the Help Group's Website a comparison of the amount of profits that the club will make without the donation and the amount they'll make with the donation both b and c a and c none of the above

Weegy: *both b and c
pritilixious|Points 218|

User: Which of the following is the most complete description of persuasion? writing and speaking to change the minds of others writing and speaking in an attempt to manipulate others writing and speaking in an attempt to influence another person's thoughts, feelings, or actions none of the above

Weegy: writing and speaking in an attempt to influence another person's thoughts, feelings, or actions.
johnlennons|Points 900|

User: Why is the sentence "sickly people cost the company a whole boatload of dough" unacceptable in a business presentation? It is impolite to discuss financial matters in business correspondence. The statement contains a loaded word as well as slang. The sentence is appropriate so long as it is sent through email only. none of these Question #4MultipleChoice Score: Failing to properly plan out your speech might lead to which of the following? babblingrunning out of timefinishing too quicklyall of these Question #5MultipleChoice Score: Why is using slang not appropriate in a business setting? Slang is appropriate if you are extremely familiar with your audience.Slang displays a tone that is too casual.Slang is never appropriate unless it is countered by the use of jargon.Slang is an example ofpathosand considered unprofessional.none of the above Question #6MultipleChoice Score: Ethos is often mistakenly classified as something that_________, but this is actually a form of pathos. an appeal to the audience's sense of right and wrongan appeal to the speaker's credibilityan appeal to the audience that highlights the speaker's credibility Question #7MultipleChoice Score: Aristotle's system of rhetoric tailors an argument to which of the following? the people who will see, hear or read itsubjectthe time and place in which the message is deliveredthe goal of the argumentall of the abovenone of these Question #8MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following is not true concerning answering questions from your audience? It is not acceptable to tell your audience that you are unsure of an answer and will have to research it.It is acceptable to allow your audience to ask questions that might refute your main points.It is always best to answer as quickly as possible. Do not appear to have to think about the question; you will look more intelligent this way.It is perfectly acceptable and polite to omit the question and answer section from your speech entirely, and this is a good idea if you are afraid that your audience will ask questions that you cannot answer.If you anticipate questions that may arise from your audience in advance, you can better prepare answers and possibly address them in your speech. Question #9MultipleChoice Score: A thesis statement must always _____. come at the end of the introductionmake an assertion to be proven by the body of the textbe the first sentence of a textboth a and bb and cnone of the above Question #10MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following should be avoided when writing a business proposal? using an emotional appeal in place of or along with a logical appealavoiding language that is too informal, uses slang or could be potentially offensiveattempting to use jargon when possibleusing contractions or abbreviations because they are too formal and easily confused, respectively Question #11MultipleChoice Score: Choose the source that would support or defend the following assertion. The cost of sponsoring our bake sale is much less than a radio ad campaign and you will reach just as many people. a price-list of the bake sale itemsa newspaper article exploring alternatives to radio and television advertisinga proposal from a local radio station detailing a popular ad plana website that promotes using fund-raisers as team-building activities for clubs and teamsnone of the above

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