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A speaker talking about the benefits of cosmetic surgery to an audience primarily of women is appealing to which level of needs in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs?
A. Physiological needs

B. Esteem needs

C. Belongingness and love

D. Safety needs

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    And your answer is?

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    I believe it's B

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    Effective public speaking is:

    A. audience-centered.

    B. message-centered.

    C. speaker-centered.

    D. channel-centered.

    I believe this one is A

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    I agree with both of your answers.

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    Speeches of tribute are intended to do all of the following EXCEPT:

    A. express feelings.

    B. inspire the audience.

    C. arouse sentiments.

    D. describe an object.

    This one I believe is D

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    I agree.

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    Which of the following is NOT true about persuasive speaking compared to informative speaking?

    A. Involves more emotional appeal.

    B. Asks for commitment from the audience.

    C. Impartial point of view.

    D. Emotion-evoking language.

    Is this one B?

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    Patrick Henry’s famous speech carries the theme “give me liberty or give me death.” This is a speech about:

    A. events.

    B. processes.

    C. concepts.

    D. objects.

    This one I'm stuck between C and D

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    I disagree with your answer for this:
    "Which of the following is NOT true about persuasive speaking compared to informative speaking?"

    Patrick Henry's speech is not about objects.

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    So it's C

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    C for both questions

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    when speaking about abstracts concepts, make them concrete to the audience by?

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