1 One effective way to begin an introduction is to A and B only give the audience an compliment. tell a joke off the top of your head.

1 One effective way to

 begin an introduction is to A and B only

give the audience an compliment.

tell a joke off the top of your head.

make a personal reference

2 One of the best conclusions to use for a speech on complicated subject matter is

 a challenge

a summary

an end question

a quotation

3 One practice to avoid when developing your speaking notes it to

 use as many note cards as possible

double space items in the outline

number them in the upper right corner

use all capitals for emphasis

4 One thing you should not do when using statistics is to

draw conclusions from them.

round them off.

use as many of them as possible.

relate them to meaningful concepts.

5 One way to be concrete

none of the above.

is to use connotation rather than denotation.

all of the above

is to employ euphemisms.

is to use flowery language.

6 The following thesis statement indicates that the body of the speech will contain _______________ numerals. “Abraham Lincoln’s speeches appealed to the emotions of listeners, conveyed a strong sense of leadership, and were suited to the complicated political setting of the times.”

 five

three

two

four

7 The main points of a speech entitled, “How to make a Greek dessert known as baklava,” would most likely be arranged according to _______________ sequence.

topic

chronological

cause-effect

spatial