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One of the primary jobs of an informative speech is to: A. appeal to the emotions of the audience. B. ask them to do something with the information. C. communicate information accurately
and clearly. D. entertain the audience.
One of the primary jobs of an informative speech is to: C. communicate information accurately and clearly.
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