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Question 1: Mentors included Deborah Meaden, Earl Spencer, Kate Silverton and ________.
David Kelly (weapons expert)Tony BlairAlastair CampbellHutton Inquiry

Question 2: These basic principles have undergone modification as societies, and ________ have changed, yet remained surprisingly uniform.
FamilyCultureHuman rightsSlavery

Question 3: From the entries received, Judges John Amaechi, ________ and Jeremy Stockwell invited 160 Speakers to regional auditions.
Trinny WoodallBritish peopleRichard WhiteleyJo Brand

Question 4: ________ is a nonprofit educational organization that operates clubs worldwide for the purpose of helping members improve their communication, public speaking and leadership skills.
AtlantaRalph C. SmedleyAnaheim, CaliforniaToastmasters International

Question 5: The ________ (NFL) is an organization with a similar structure and purpose to the NFA and AFA, but serves as the national organization within the United States for competitors in high school.
Minnesota State High School LeagueKansas State High School Activities AssociationNational Forensic LeagueIllinois High School Association

Question 6: Public speaking at the ________
Jim BarksdaleOpen Directory ProjectLife (magazine)Time Warner

Question 7: On the subject was written over 2500 years ago, and the principles elaborated within it were drawn from the practices and experience of orators in ________.
Classical antiquityAlexander the GreatAncient GreeceRoman Greece

Question 8: Leaders such as Martin Luther King, Jr., Mao Ze Dong, and ________ are notable examples of effective orators who used oratory to have a significant impact on society.
SchutzstaffelAdolf HitlerNazi PartyNazi Germany

Question 9: Having knowledge and understanding of the use and purpose of ________ can help to make a more effective speaker communicate their message in an effectual way.
MicrobiologyScientific methodSocial sciencesCommunication

Question 10: ________ and rhetoric use are among two of the most important aspects of public speaking and interpersonal communication.
SemanticsAristotleLinguisticsLanguage
















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