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In which part of a speech is the purpose clearly established? A. Body B. Conclusion C. Introduction

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The introduction explains what the body will be about, the body is all the details, and the conclusion sums it up.
sooooo b?
The conclusion re-states the introduction.

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im confused
Im trying to help without just giving you the answer :/
ye ai knoe n its confusing me so its a
When writing an intro, you state what your purpose for the speech is. The body is the details of your purpose
si no?
so its c!!!???
Sounds as good an answer as any :p
cos its stating the purpose ehhhh
ha thanks
Np. Glad I could help.
Could you give me a best response please:)
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what do you mean a best response
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Hey @Rayvenn go buy a dictionary!

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