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1 Answer: Which of the following phrases is an important verbal clue? a. "one reason" b. "any questions?" 2 Answer: Your active listening should focus on identifying main ideas and a. nonverbal clues. b. supporting details. 3 Answer: Nonverbal clues provide information to the audience by a. making the presentation more interesting and engaging for the listener. b. conveying the speaker's opinion or indicating an important point. 4 Answer: When you listen to a television commercial featuring a famous person, you should a. associate the product with the celebrity and buy the product on that basis. b. determine whether the commercial has presented enough evidence to support its claim. 5 Answer: Evaluating information as you listen will help you a. retain the information. b. clear your mind of other concerns. 6 Answer: Paying attention to radio and television commercials provides a. the most accurate information on competing products. b. practice in careful listening. 7 Answer: Comments praising a product are called a. verbal signals. b. testimonials. 8 Answer: An important listening skill is a. clearing your mind of other concerns. b. anticipating what the speaker will say. 9 Answer: Your classroom listening skills should include a. noticing verbal clues and identifying main ideas. b. identifying main ideas and analyzing testimonials. 10 Answer: Using good listening skills will help you a. understand and retain what you hear. b. associate products with appropriate celebrities. 11 Answer: To enliven the stories you tell, a. use transition words such as first, then, and next. b. change your voice to portray different characters. 12 Answer: The purpose of an announcement is a. to provide brief information clearly and with all necessary details. b. to entertain or convey a particular point. 13 Answer: A discussion is usually a. focused and directed. b. informal and spontaneous. 14 Answer: You can make both discussions and conversations more enjoyable by a. first writing out everything you want to say. b. letting others speak without interruption and taking turns speaking and listening. 15 Answer: One method for making a speech more interesting is a. to include unusual or intriguing details not known to the rest of the class. b. to write out your speech word for word and read it. 16 Answer: Presenting a speech from note cards helps you a. narrow your topic. b. sound natural and expressive. 17 Answer: When working in small groups, the role of the recorder is a. to keep the discussion focused. b. to write down all ideas shared. 18 Answer: To draw attention to important steps in a demonstration, you should a. use transition words like first, then, and last. b. vary the tone and volume of your voice. 19 Answer: Before delivering a speech from note cards, it is a good idea to a. number your note cards so you can keep them in order. b. write out all you want to say on the cards. 20 Answer: If people are leaning forward in their seats or asking each other questions while you are giving a speech, you should a. speak up, ask if there is a sound problem, and repeat any points necessary. b. consider speaking more quickly and vary the tone and volume of your voice.