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According to the lecture, one way to get the audience on your “side” is to ________________________. a. make your speech emotionally compelling c. consider your tone b. keep the speech simple d. make
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User: According to the lecture, one way to get the audience on your “side” is to ________________________. a. make your speech emotionally compelling c. consider your tone b. keep the speech simple d. make it look easy

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User: In order to keep a political speech brief, you should be able to summarize the main theme in ________________ sentence(s). a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 5

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