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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.
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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: Neville Chamberlain became Prime Minister of Britain on 28th May, 1937.
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User: What does pacing refer to? A. the sincerity of the speaker B. the physical movements of the speaker C. the number of sections in a public address D. the speed at which the speaker pronounces words and phrases

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Neville Chamberlain served as British prime minister at the beginning of World War II.
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Pacing refers to the speed at which the speaker pronounces words and phrases.
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