communication

In order to appear more authoritative in a speaking situation, you should:

A lower the pitch of your voice.
B raise the pitch of your voice.
C use a sing-song pattern.
D avoid stressing syllables.

I think it is B but I am not sure.

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asked by Daniel
  1. I disagree. Men's voices usually command more attention than women's voices.

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. Hmm. so the obvious answer would be B then?

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  3. I meant A sorry.

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  4. Yes, the best answer is A.

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  5. Thank you Ms Sue! :)

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  6. You're welcome, Daniel.

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  7. I agree with A.

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