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The most important part of preparing a presentation aid is to ________________.
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User: The most important part of preparing a presentation aid is to ________________.

Weegy: Prepare means: to put in proper condition or readiness.
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User: Persuasive speeches have a(n) __________________ obligation to the audience. a. ethical c. political b. social d. personal

User: The man who liked to joke around with the Middletons was Fat Driscoll. a. The man b. who liked to joke around wtih the Middletons c. with the Middletons d. no interruptor

Weegy: The man who liked to joke around with the Middletons was Fat Driscoll.
The interrupter is: who liked to joke around wtih the Middletons.



User: The Middletons, naturally, didn't discuss the rebuffs. a. naturally c. the rebuffs b. The Middleton's d. didn't

Weegy: The Middletons, naturally, didn't discuss the rebuffs. The interrupter in this sentence is NATURALLY.
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User: They are waiting near the door. a. preposition c. interjection b. conjunction d. none of these

Weegy: They are waiting near the door . In this Sentence Near is a A) preposition .
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User: Persuasive speeches deal primarily with questions of value, fact and ________________. a. processes c. legislation b. policy d. current affairs

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Persuasive speeches deal primarily with questions of value, fact and policy.
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The questions below refer to the selection “Digging.” An extended metaphor — a. is a metaphor that cannot be expressed in words alone b. is carried out over several lines or through a whole poem c. is limited to a single sharp detail d. must have rhythm and rhyme
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An extended metaphor is carried out over several lines or through a whole poem.
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