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31.All of the following are true about managing mistakes in your delivery EXCEPT: A. Often an audience won't even notice your mistake unless YOU emphasize it.B.C. If you lose your place, just pause, glance down at your notes, find your place, and then continue.D. Don't emphasize what you didn't do.If the audiovisual equipment fails to function properly, apologize several times, then ask the audience to wait while you find someone to make handouts to distribute.When audiovisual equipment fails, adapt and move on.Adler - Chapter 11 #31Topic: Guidelines for Delivery: Verbal Elements
32.To maintain your credibility, use proper To maintain your credibility, use proper articulation, pronunciation, and vocabulary.Adler - Chapter 11 #32Topic: Guidelines for Delivery: Verbal Elements33.A speaker's voice is often effective at communicating A speaker's voice communicates attitudes, including interest level, confidence level, respect for the audience, etc.Adler - Chapter 11 #33Topic: Guidelines for Delivery: Verbal Elements34.All of the following are true about vocal delivery EXCEPT: Vary your vocal pitch and tone to create interest.Adler - Chapter 11 #34Topic: Guidelines for Delivery: Vocal Elements35.Which is NOT true about disfluencies? A.Your audience will notice each disfluency, even if you speak only one or two of them.B. With a lot of concentration, you can learn to eliminate all disfluencies.C. If you speak with an excessive amount of disfluencies, you will probably appear nervous and uncertain.D. If you deliver a speech without a single disfluency, your talk may sound canned and stilted.If you speak only a few disfluencies, your audience probably won't even notice them.Adler - Chapter 11 #35Topic: Guidelines for Delivery: Vocal Elements