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SPCH 100 E323 Foundat… SPCH 100 E323 Foundations of Oral Communication Course Home Content Discussions AssignmentsMy Tools Resources Classlist Help Quiz 1 Submission View Your quiz has been submitted successfully. Question 1 An ethical speaker might rely on doublespeak to make his or her argument. True False
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Question 4 Characterizing another culture's taste in food as being weird or gross is an example of .
View Feedback Question 5 The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis suggests that we adjust our behavior and language to resemble the behavior and language of someone we hold in high regard our view of reality (and therefore our thoughts and actions) is directly related to our language our language develops early in life none of the above View Feedback Question 6 When we hear certain accents, we can make judgments about the speaker, such as where they live how intelligent they are how much money they have

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