Differences in language use between man and women A are distinct and noticeable

Differences in language use between man and women a

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29.Differences in language use between man and women A. are distinct and noticeable in the language patterns of every man and every woman.B.don't characterize all men and women.C. are biological traits that do not evolve over time.D. are a myth.Not all men use a masculine style of speech, and not all women use a feminine style.Adler - Chapter 04 #29Topic: Verbal Message: Feminine and Masculine Language Use30.A feminine communication style is characterized by which of the following elements? Adler - Chapter 04 #30Topic: Verbal Message: Feminine and Masculine Language Use31.A feminine style often uses _________________ to initiate and maintain conversation. Adler - Chapter 04 #31Topic: Verbal Message: Feminine and Masculine Language Use32.One characteristic of a feminine style of communication is Adler - Chapter 04 #32Topic: Verbal Message: Feminine and Masculine Language Use
33.A feminine conversational style uses apologizing forms of speech A.to avoid sounding dogmatic.B. because the speaker has low self-esteem.C. because women are weak.D. All of these are typical reasons why a feminine style uses apologies.Use apologizing forms of speech when you don't want to sound dogmatic.Adler - Chapter 04 #33Topic: Verbal Message: Feminine and Masculine Language Use34.Robert is an effective supervisor because he has the ability to interpret a number of spoken and unspoken conversational cues. His subordinates in his sales division respect him because he also has the ability to develop strong rapport with each coworker by showing constant support. Which type of communication style is Robert demonstrating when he is showing support? Adler - Chapter 04 #34Topic: Verbal Message: Feminine and Masculine Language Use35.Vivienne's interaction with others often includes assertive statements. Moreover, she frequently interrupts anyone who voices an opinion that is different than hers. According to the text, what communication style is Vivienne using? Adler - Chapter 04 #35Topic: Verbal Message: Feminine and Masculine Language Use

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