Correct false 972020 lesson 7 quiz public speaking

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9/7/2020 Lesson 7 Quiz: Public Speaking - COM101_522 1 / 1 pts Question 2 When planning a general purpose statement you'll want to begin with the phrase "To inform", To persuade", or "To entertain". Correct! Correct!
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False 1 / 1 pts Question 3 The following is an example of a specific purpose statement for an informative speech: To urge my audience to vote for me for College Council. Correct! Correct!
1 / 1 pts Question 4 A good rule to follow when moving from a general purpose statement to the specific purpose of your speech is to include the general purpose, add a description of the intended audience, and incorporate a prepositional phrase summarizing the topic. Correct! Correct!
9/7/2020 Lesson 7 Quiz: Public Speaking - COM101_522 3/5 False 1 / 1 pts Question 5 The primary difference between the purpose of a persuasive speech and that of an informative speech is that the speaker must make either a clear call to action in order to get the audience to do something or to change their minds about something.

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