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When your speech adds to your listeners’ knowledge, it is meant to: A. inform. B. persuade. C. entertain. D. celebrate.
When your speech adds to your listeners’ knowledge, it is meant to: A. inform.
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User: The central idea is also referred to as the: A. main point. B. supporting material. C. thesis. D. specific purpose.

User: Your central idea is a statement that captures in a single sentence: A. the essence of your speech. B. your general purpose. C. your specific purpose. D. your topic.

User: When your speech adds to your listeners’ knowledge, it is meant to: A. inform. B. persuade. C. entertain. D. celebrate.

Weegy: When your speech adds to your listeners’ knowledge, it is meant to: A. inform.
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User: Effective public speaking is: A. audience-centered. B. message-centered. C. speaker-centered. D. channel-centered.

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The central idea is also referred to as the C. thesis.
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Your central idea is a statement that captures in a single sentence: A. the essence of your speech.
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Effective public speaking is: A. audience-centered
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