English, 03.12.2019 00:58 siddhi50

Which statement best explains how the experience of watching
kennedy speak is different from reading his words?
the intentional use of pauses indicates kennedy's
desire to put the audience at ease while he addresses
an unpopular topic.
the strong emphasis on specific words reveals
kennedy's desire to inspire fear in the audience so
they will embrace the need for change.
the positive reaction of the audience affirms support
for kennedy's argument
the excessive use of gestures reveals kennedy's
need to convince the audience of his authority as

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