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When your speech adds to your listeners’ knowledge, it is meant to:
When your speech adds to your listeners? knowledge, it is meant to: A. inform. Speech that is added to a listener's knowledge is meant to educate.
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User: When your speech adds to your listeners’ knowledge, it is meant to:

Weegy: When your speech adds to your listeners? knowledge, it is meant to: A. inform. Speech that is added to a listener's knowledge is meant to educate.
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User: The purpose of a speech includes any of the following EXCEPT

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