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  • one year ago

Which of the following is not true concerning answering audience questions?

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  1. anonymous
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    Here are the choices -It is acceptable to tell your audience that you are unsure of an answer and will have to research it. -It is not acceptable to allow your audience to ask questions that might refute your main points. -It is always best to answer as quickly as possible. Do not appear to have to think about the question; you will look more intelligent this way. -It is perfectly acceptable and polite to omit the question and answer section from your speech entirely and this is a good idea if you are afraid that your audience will ask questions that you cannot answer. -If you anticipate questions that may arise from your audience in advance, you can better prepare answers and possibly address them in your speech.

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