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A) formal language, B) informal language, C) Jargon, D) cliché, - is more careful and more mannered then everyday speech.
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User: A) formal language, B) informal language, C) Jargon, D) cliché, - is more careful and more mannered then everyday speech.

Weegy: Formal language is more careful and more mannered then everyday speech.
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User: A) Nonverbal communication, B) Verbal communication, C) Interpersonal communication, D) Human communication - is defined as com-munication of a message without words, which means that it encompasses a wide range of vocal and visual signs and behaviors.

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Nonverbal communication is defined as communication of a message without words, which means that it encompasses a wide range of vocal and visual signs and behaviors.

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Your vocal quality or tone, rate of speech, volume, pitch, and rhythm, along with your silence and the vocal fillers you use when you pause often communicate your feelings, intentions, and meanings in powerful ways. These vocal elements are called _____. A) singing communication, B) Paralanguage, C) Vibrato, D) Dysfluencies.
Weegy: Your vocal quality or tone, rate of speech, volume, pitch, and rhythm, along with your silences and the vocal fillers you use when you pause often communicate your feelings, intentions, and meanings in powerful ways. [ These vocal elements are called (A)Singing communication. ] User: A) Nonverbal communication, B) Verbal communication, C) Interpersonal communication, D) Human communication - is defined as communication of a message without words, which means that it encompasses a wide range of vocal and visual signs and behaviors. (More)
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Your vocal quality or tone, rate of speech, volume, pitch, and rhythm, along with your silence and the vocal fillers you use when you pause often communicate your feelings, intentions, and meanings in powerful ways. These vocal elements are called Paralanguage.
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Nonverbal communication is defined as communication of a message without words, which means that it encompasses a wide range of vocal and visual signs and behaviors.

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