English 10

How do you identify the speaker’s purpose?

A.by listening to the third line of each speaker’s speech
B.by evaluating each speaker’s questions and responses
C.by asking a teacher or peer to identify the purpose for you
D.by determining the speaker’s syntax and diction

I believe it's B but I'm not sure

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  1. What if the speaker doesn't ask questions or give responses?

    It could be B or D. I really don't like any of those answers.


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    Ms. Sue
  2. It's B."by evaluating each speaker's questions and responses

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