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Chapter 3 Review - what’s actually being said For example...

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Chapter 3 Review 1. Description of car to a friend: a. My poor little “Snow White” was put-putting all the way back to my spot. b. My car, a white Chevy, broke down on the way home. c. My white Chevy Cavalier started making sputtering noises as I was driving home yesterday. 2. There is a young lady at my church who has a very low soothing voice that I really like. She enunciates her words and sort of drags them out but not in an annoying way in a very calculated manner. 3. My entire family is very sarcastic so at any given time our paralanguage can contradict or confuse
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Unformatted text preview: what’s actually being said. For example, when my siblings are asked if they’ve performed their chores—knowing they haven’t—they answer yes but in an unsure questioning tone of voice. My mother usually knows at that point that they HAVENT. 4. Two empathetic listening cues: a. These results seem to disturb you b. You’re really angry about that, huh? 5. The content is what’s actually being said and the intent focuses on why something is being said in addition to what the speaker’s feeling....
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