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For communication to take place, there has to be: A. transmission of the message. B. medium. C. sharing of meaning. D. absence of noise. User: For communication to take place, there has to be: A. transmission of the message. B. medium. C. sharing of meaning. D. absence of noise. User: Which is NOT a benefit of studying public speaking? A. Creates good first impression on others B. Communicates competence C. Proves our expertise D. Develops our ability to ...
Weegy: C. Proves our expertise User: Noise caused by not understanding somebody’s accent is considered: A. external. B. semantic. C. internal. D. temporal. Weegy: Noise caused by not understanding somebody's accent is considered semantic noise. User: Public speaking has been formally studied since: A. the 5th century. B. the 20th century. C. recently. D. communication courses were offered at universities. User: Clapping from the audience is considered in communication as: A. noise. B. interference. C. feedback. D. reception. (More)
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Clapping from the audience is considered in communication as Feedback.

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Glassophobia is known as the fear of: A. glasses. B. standing in front of people. C. public speaking. D. saying something.
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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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What important step did King Clovis take in ruling his conquered lands in the late 400s? A. He preserved the Roman legacy in his rule of Spain. B. He rejected the Roman legacy in his rule of Gaul. C. He converted to Islam, the religion of the people in Spain. D. He converted to Christianity, the religion of the people in Gaul.
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As a response to overcrowding, residents of medieval cities built A. taller houses and shops. B. smaller houses and shops. C. wider streets. D. larger sewage systems.
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