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Are you the one who has a job that forces you to speak in public? As a【C1】______speaker, you should be aware of what your【C2】______is saying to your audience because when doing any form. of public speaking, your body can tell others you are【C3】______, shy, cold or physically uncomfortable. You should be【C4】______your body language from the moment you stand up until your presentation is【C5】______because whether you are speaking or not and regardless of what you are or are not saying, your body is【C6】______communicating. Your body is always communicating messages that are magnified before an audience. Your audiences will analyze your body language,【C7】______they are unaware of this at the conscious level. Here are【C8】______main aspects of body language that you should【C9】______; what to do with your eyes, what your facial expressions indicate, the positioning and【C10】______of your body and limbs, and your hand gestures. During a presentation, a public speaker【C11】______to make eye contact with the audiences even though that【C12】______only lasts for 1 - 2 seconds per person. Making good eye contact with your audience helps you to regulate the communication flow and【C13】______a sense of intimacy and warmth that you are really interested in your audience. Have you ever seen someone who speaks【C14】______exhibiting any expressions at all? That is why showing expression in public【C15】______is a must to make your audience feel more【C16】______sitting there listening to you. You should also【C17】______yourself in one spot for the duration of your talk. However, if you speak for a long time, you can move【C18】______. Pick a spot, walk there slowly, and remain there. Related to your hand gestures, do not ever cross your arms because it【C19】______an instant barrier between you and your audience. Public speakers who have a【C20】______of standing with their arms are seen as untrustworthy speakers.

【C1】

A.public

B.private

C.selfish

D.lucky

参考答案
正确答案:A
根据本句中的doinganyformofpublicspeaking等信息可知,此处指公众演讲者。
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