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posted by Reagan

What is the best way to describe how your voice should sound when you read a story out loud?
• monotonous, unvaried pitch
• monotonous, unvaried speech
• loud and slow to accommodate users with poor speaker quality
• varied tone of voice, speed of speech, and volume


  1. Writeacher

    And you think it's ... ?

  2. Reagan

    I think it is D

  3. Ms. Sue

    Yes, D.

  4. Reagan

    Thank you so much Ms.Sue

  5. Ms. Sue

    You're welcome, Reagan.

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