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Campuses: Twin Cities Crookston Duluth Morris Rochester Other Locations myMoodle | Email | myU | Library | One Stop | Support site You are logged in as Christian Yimgnia ( Logout ) SPCH 1101 Public Speaking (sec 001, 002) Fall 2011, Crookston You are here Moodle Ho me / SPCH1101_1F11C / Quizzes / Chapter 10 Practice Test / Review of attempt 5 Chapter 10 Practice Test Review of attempt 5 Started on Tuesday, September 27, 2011, 10:08 AM Completed on Tuesday, September 27, 2011, 10:08 AM Time taken 9 secs Question 1 ____ is the feeling or evaluation associated with a word. Choose one answer. A. denotation B. demarcation C. connotation D. context Question 2 According to scholars, the rules, expectations, and clarity of verbal communication ____.
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Choose one answer. A. are learned during childhood B. have no effect on the interpretation of meaning C. will vary from culture to culture D. are subject to transformation Question 3 The sentiment, "Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee" is an example of a(n) ____. Choose one answer. A. metaphor B. hyperbole C. simile D. exaggeration Question 4 If a speaker attempts to evoke the audiences senses-touch, taste, smell, see, hear-then he/she is relying on ____. Choose one answer. A. concrete words B. precise words C. mental pictures D. vivid cues Question 5 ____ is a words direct, explicit meaning given by its language community. Choose one answer. A. denotation B. demarcation
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C. connotation D. context Question 6 What is problematic with a speaker begging the audience, "Guys, we can make a difference in the fight against violence is we just organize our resources"? Choose one answer. A. The use of generic language B. The use of vague language C. The suggestion of a problem D. Begging for help Question 7 Narrowing a description from "blue collar worker" to "construction worker" to "bulldozer operator" is an example of using ____. Choose one answer. A. concrete words B. precise words C. mental pictures D. vivid cues Question 8 While giving an anti-drug speech to a group of middle school students, a speaker attempts to use what she believes is common teen slang. Rather than connecting with the audience, the speaker appears insincere because she didnt consider ____. Choose one answer. A. the formality of the occasion B. the appropriateness of jargon in a speech C. the level of sincerity expected by the audience D. all of the above
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Question 9 "Hear the mellow wedding bells" is an example of a(n) ____ because of the repetition of vowel sounds. Choose one answer. A. alliteration B. assonance C. onomatopoeia D. analogy Question 10 While delivering an anecdote about defensive driving, the speaker adds, "Jim is a great driver over the age of 70." What is the speaker doing in this statement? Choose one answer.
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