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What are very credible types of visual aids because they are true representations of evidence? A. Illustrations B. Diagrams C. Photographs D. PowerPoint presentations
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User: What are very credible types of visual aids because they are true representations of evidence? A. Illustrations B. Diagrams C. Photographs D. PowerPoint presentations

Weegy: C. Photographs
Expert answered|dickmich9|Points 290|

User: What type of visual aid is effective in showing comparisons between two or more items? A. Maps B. Illustrations C. Graphs D. Charts

Weegy: D. Charts
Expert answered|dickmich9|Points 290|

User: All of the following are reasons that visual aids are useful in speech delivery EXCEPT: A. they demonstrate something. B. their presence allows the speaker to take a rest from talking. C. they expand understanding. D. they add interest to a speech.

Weegy: C. they expand understanding.
Expert answered|dickmich9|Points 290|

User: Effective speech delivery entails practice: A. at least a couple of times. B. as many times as necessary to feel confident. C. only until your timing is right. D. only in front of people

Weegy: B. as many times as necessary to feel confident.
Expert answered|dickmich9|Points 290|

User: One thing both Dr. Martin Luther King and President Kennedy possess that mark them as great public speakers is: A. speaking style. B. eloquence. C. honesty. D. the same tone.

Weegy: A. speaking style.
Expert answered|dickmich9|Points 290|

User: Which nonverbal consideration creates immediate impressions among your audience? A. Facial impressions B. Physical appearance C. Eye contact D. Body movement

Weegy: B. Physical appearance
Expert answered|dickmich9|Points 290|

User: What technique in speech delivery has been shown to connect the speakers to audiences with various styles of receiving messages? A. Gestures B. Use of visual aids C. Song D. Storytelling

Weegy: D. Storytelling
Expert answered|dickmich9|Points 290|

User: Saying “gonna” instead of “going to” is an issue of: A. body movement. B. eye contact. C. articulation. D. timing.

Weegy: C. articulation.
Expert answered|dickmich9|Points 290|

User: Which type of speech delivery is one that you are asked to deliver with little or no preparation? A. Extemporaneous B. Manuscript C. Impromptu D. Memorized

Weegy: C. Impromptu
Expert answered|dickmich9|Points 290|

User: Hand gestures help emphasize a point except when they are: A. appropriate. B. natural. C. excessive. D. expressive.

Weegy: B. natural.
Expert answered|dickmich9|Points 290|

User: Verbal communication refers mainly to: A. vocal quality. B. pitch. C. use of words. D. tone.

Weegy: C. use of words
Expert answered|dickmich9|Points 290|

User: What nonverbal communication technique usually communicates best your honesty about your message? A. Good posture B. Body movement C. Eye contact D. Hand gestures

Weegy: A. Good posture
Expert answered|dickmich9|Points 290|

User: All of the following are helpful techniques in effective speech delivery EXCEPT: A. pauses. B. voice inflection. C. filler words. D. projection.

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