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Early study of public speaking was known as: A. public communication. B. rhetoric. C. public relations. D. communication study.
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Early study of public speaking was known as: RHETORIC.
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Early study of public speaking was known as: A. public communication. B. rhetoric. C. public relations. D. communication study.
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Essential elements of a communication model include all of the following EXCEPT: A. sender and message. B. receiver and channel. C. feedback. D. caller, answerer, and sales pitch.
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Essential elements of a communication model include all of the following except: caller, answerer, and sales pitch.
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When preparing an outline for a speech, which of the below is NOT a part of the speech outline? A. Introduction B. Conclusion C. Personal Story D. Body
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Physical context or setting of the speech may refer to: A. timing. B. length of the speech. C. location of speaking event. D. topic
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Physical context or setting of the speech may refer to location of speaking event.
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