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Q: 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
A: 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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