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To avoid speaking in monotone, a strategy to use can include:

A. changing pitch and tone of voice.

B. voice inflection.

C. varying rate and pace of speaking.

D. All of the above

I read through my notes and I see A and B as answers, I don't see anything about C... But I'm going to say the answer is D?

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    I agree; it's D.

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    Thanks so much for your help! I received a 100 :)

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    You're welcome. Congratulations! :-)

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    yes it is D!!

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