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deliver a speech
read the questions in the first column. in the second column, make notes about your speech.
questions about my speech notes about my speech
did my speech capture the audience’s attention from the beginning?
did i follow my outline?
did i include all the points i wanted to include?
did i use rhetorical devices effectively?
was my use of language clear and simple when appropriate, enabling my audience to understand my main points?
did i end the speech effectively, such as by restating main points in a stirring way?
did my speech last an appropriate length of time, preferably two to three minutes?
did i speak clearly and at an appropriate pace throughout the speech?
did my vocal tone sound natural and appropriate for the topic?
did i remember to emphasize important words and phrases?
did i seem relaxed? were my posture and general appearance good?
did i use gestures appropriately?
did i make sufficient eye contact? did the eye contact me deliver my speech more effectively?
overall, how satisfied am i with my speech? if i were to give the speech again, what would i do the same, and what would i do differently?
the correct answer is - a. japan.
hitler had his hopes that the united states would not enter the war because of the threat of japan. until some point during the war he was right, and the united states indeed were not willing to risk to get engaged in a war with such a dangerous opponent, but the things changed with the attack of the japanese on pearl harbor. the united states were in a way forced to enter the war because of this, as it was an act of aggression over them, so they entered the war, and with the of few other countries manged to defeat japan. than they were free to the european countries fighting against germany, and germany found itself in a position to fight alone against everyone, so understandably lost the war in the end.
i think its d, a, c but dont quote me on it
it's purpose was to purge france of enemies.
the women couldn't vote.
deliver a speech