1. Identifying with the audience is a type of introduction that involves:
referring to experiences and values shared by the speaker and audience.
referring to members of the audience by name.
defining the target audience in the introduction.
defining the desired audience response.
referring to occasions when the speaker used good listening skills.

2. Summary statements and key words like "finally" can be overused and prematurely give the listeners a sense that the speech is ending.
True
False

3. Because issues in the public forum have become more complex, the grand style is used much more often nowadays than the middle style or the plain style.
True
False

4. Dialect is most closely associated with which vocal quality?
pronunciation
rate
pauses
pitch
paralanguage

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    • 1. Identifying with the audience is a type of introduction that involves:

      a. referring to experiences and values shared by the speaker and audience.

      b. referring to members of the …

    • 1. Identifying with the audience is a type of introduction that involves:
      referring to experiences and values shared by the speaker and audience.
      referring to members of the audience by name.

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      1. Identifying with the audience is a type of introduction that involves:
        referring to experiences and values shared by the speaker and audience.
        referring to members of the audience by name.