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Lead1209 - Steven Paul 07/11/2011 Chapter 9 Whats Up? 1....

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Steven Paul 07/11/2011 Chapter 9 What’s Up? 1. People’s first impression of us is based on our appearance and on our voice. 2. Standard English is the English spoken by national news broadcasters, actors, and others. Dialect is the variations of American English that is spoken in particular areas or by particular social groups. Accented English is spoken by the many Americans for whom English is a second language. Substandard English is English spoken with poor pronunciation, enunciation, grammar, and vocabulary. 3. People switch from dialects to standard English when they are speaking in public because people from all social groups and regions of the country will be able to understand. 4. Tone of voice communicates one’s feelings and attitudes. 5. Enunciation refers to the clarity with which you say words. 6. Pronunciation refers to the correctness with which you say words. 7. The essentials of effective conversation are; know what you want to say, know what you don’t want to say, establishing a positive atmosphere or environment, using body language, listening,
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2011 for the course LEAD 1301 taught by Professor Cardell during the Fall '11 term at HCCS.

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Lead1209 - Steven Paul 07/11/2011 Chapter 9 Whats Up? 1....

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