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English, 16.02.2016 18:06 billy1123

Which of the following is an example of possible noise in public speaking:
a. members of the audience coughing or moving about in their seats
b. a malfunctioning microphone making the speaker difficult to hear
c. a member of the audience losing interest and daydreaming about her upcoming vacation
d. all of the above are examples of noise in public speaking.

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