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63.You can use a literal analogy to compare an idea you are proposing to an idea that has already worked well somewhere else. You can use a literal analogy to compare an idea you are proposing to an idea that has already worked well somewhere else.Adler - Chapter 10 #63Topic: Verbal Support: Comparisons64.In an effective comparison, both parts of the comparison should be unknown to your audience. Adler - Chapter 10 #64Topic: Verbal Support: Comparisons65.Quotations can be used as proof in some types of presentations, but they should not be used in an informative business presentation. Adler - Chapter 10 #65Topic: Verbal Support: Quotations
66.When you quote an authority in a speech, it doesn't matter whether the audience has heard of the person. Adler - Chapter 10 #66Topic: Verbal Support: Quotations67.If you want to use a long, complicated quotation in your speech, it is advisable to paraphrase it. TRUEParaphrase quotations if they are long, boring, or confusing.Adler - Chapter 10 #67Topic: Verbal Support: Quotations68.After you cite a source in a presentation, don't waste time by interpreting the material for the audience; it's better to move quickly to the next citation. After you state a quote in a presentation, interpret the material for the audience.Adler - Chapter 10 #68Topic: Verbal Support: Citing Your Sources69.When you cite a source in a presentation, the source should have credibility with the audience. Adler - Chapter 10 #69Topic: Verbal Support: Citing Your Sources70.A recommended order for presenting cited material is (a) state the point; (b) cite the source; (c) Adler - Chapter 10 #70Topic: Verbal Support: Citing Your Sources71.Surveys show that speakers who use visual aids are usually less concise than speakers who do not use visual aids. Adler - Chapter 10 #71Topic: Visual Aids: Types of Visual Aids