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Neville Chamberlain structures his 1938 statement to Parliament as A. a political report. B. a persuasive speech. C. a campaign speech. D. a public address.
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User: Neville Chamberlain structures his 1938 statement to Parliament as A. a political report. B. a persuasive speech. C. a campaign speech. D. a public address.

Weegy: a persuasive speech
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User: Which situation did Neville Chamberlain address when delivering his speech “Peace in Our Time”? A. the delivery of part of Czechoslovakia to German hands B. the expansive war preparation efforts that were occurring in Britain C. France and Czechoslovakia's alliance against Germany D. the signing of a pact that made Britain an ally of Germany and Italy

Weegy: D. the signing of a pact that made Britain an ally of Germany and Italy
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User: A lawyer presents evidence to a jury. This is an example of A. a rational appeal. B. an emotional appeal. C. an offering of credibility. D. an effective use of pitch.

Weegy: an offering of credibility.
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User: Which of the following, when used properly, provides a nonverbal way to enhance the delivery of a speech? A. pitch B. pausing C. articulation D. gestures

Weegy: D. gestures
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User: An element of a successful persuasive speech that is most directly dependent on the qualifications of the speaker is A. factual information. B. rationality. C. deductive reasoning. D. credibility.

Weegy: It is D. credibility.
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User: Which excerpt from Chamberlain's address BEST supports the importance of including rational thought in a persuasive speech? A. ". . . everything depends upon there being sincerity and good will on both sides." B. "We must feel profound sympathy for a small and gallant nation in the hour of their national grief and loss." C. ". . . we should learn from the events of these last weeks . . . that lasting peace is not to be obtained by sitting still . . ." D. "No doubt I shall have plenty of critics who will say that I am guilty of facile optimism . . ."

Weegy: C. ". . . we should learn from the events of these last weeks . . . that lasting peace is not to be obtained by sitting still . . ."
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User: Neville Chamberlain served as A. British president at the end of World War II. B. British monarch at the beginning of World War II. C. British prime minister at the beginning of World War II. D. British prime minister at the end of World War II.

Weegy: At the beginning of World War II, he tried to maintain ... Chamberlain, Neville (Arthur Neville Chamberlain), 1869-1940, British ... Chamberlain served only five months in the ...


User: Neville Chamberlain addresses Parliament in response to A. France's unilateral action against Britain. B. Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor. C. Germany's aggressive actions in Europe. D. England's sagging economy.

Weegy: C. Germany's aggressive actions in Europe. Chamberlain took his place as Prime Minister. His premiership was dominated by the question of policy towards the increasingly aggressive Germany
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User: Which statement from Chamberlain's speech to Parliament did the least to support his cause? A. "No doubt I shall have plenty of critics who will say that I am guilty of facile optimism . . ." B. "The House will remember that when I last addressed them I gave them some account of the Godesberg Memorandum . . ." C. "Therefore, it was essential that we should quickly reach a conclusion . . ." D. "The relief that our escape from this great peril of war has, I think, everywhere been mingled in this country with a profound feeling of sympathy . . ."

Weegy: D. "The relief that our escape from this great peril of war has, I think, everywhere been mingled in this country with a profound feeling of sympathy . . ."
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User: "I say in the name of this House and of the people of this country that . . . has earned our admiration and respect for her restraint, for her dignity, for her magnificent discipline in face of such a trial as few nations have ever been called upon to meet." Which technique is being utilized in this excerpt? A. call to action B. rational appeal C. emotional appeal D. presentation of credibility

Weegy: D. presentation of credibility
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