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COMS 101 Quiz chapter 10 Liberty University Complete Answers

COMS 101 Quiz chapter 10 Liberty University Complete Answers QUESTION 1 True False QUESTION 2 a Connotation b Denotation c Demarcation d Context QUESTION 3 1. Listeners are more likely to be interested in information they perceive as timely. 3 points is a word's direct, explicit meaning given by its language community. 3 points Communicating respect for and acceptance of the audience is a matter of a speaking appropriately b emphasizing important information c speaking vividly d understanding meaning QU ESTION 4 ° a onomatopoeia b assonance C alliteration d repetition QU ESTION 5 True False QUESTION 6 3 points 1. ”Round and round the rugged rock the ragged rascal ran” is an example of a(n) because of the repetition o1 consonant sounds at the beginning words that are near one another. 3 points 1. Language expectation vary from culture to culture. 3 points ° a personification b hyperbole C exaggeration d onomatopoeia QUESTION 7 1. The use of words that sound like the things they stand for such as "buzz" and "hiss" are examples of 3 points 1. What is problematic with a speaker begging the audience, "Guys, we can make a difference in the light against violence i1 we just organize our resources”? ° a the use of generic language b the suggestion of a problem C the use of vague language d begging for help QU ESTION 8 True 3 points 1. Antithesis involves combining and contrasting ideas in the same sentence. QU ESTION 9 3 points While giving an anti-drug speech to a group of middle school students, a speaker attempts to use what she believes is common teen slang. Rather than connecting with the audience, the speaker appears insincere because she didn't consider a the formality of the occasion b the appropriateness of jargon in a speech C the level of sincerity expected by the audience d QUESTION 10 True False 3 points 1. A speaker is much more likely to speak vividly if he/she avoids spending too much time considering the physical or psychological meanings of the words used. 3 points

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