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We listen this way when we listen “between the lines” to understand the speaker. A. Critical listening B. Pleasurable listening C. Emphatic listening D. Discriminative listening
The type of listening when we listen “between the lines” to understand the speaker is called as C. Emphatic listening
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The type of listening when we listen “between the lines” to understand the speaker is called as C. Emphatic listening
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