Which statement about tone is not true? A. Tone can be described using

Which statement about tone is not true? A. Tone can be described using words like serious, joyous, or somber. B. Tone is much is easier to read than to hear. C. A speaker chooses a tone that will fit the audience. D. Tone is the emotion that pervades a work or part of a work. Please select the best answer from the choices provided

2 months ago

Solution 1

Guest Guest #3421
2 months ago
Answer: B) Tone is much easier to read than to hear

Reason/Explanation:
Tone is the way you make your emotion sound. Hearing it is easier than reading it. You make tone with emotion. The emotion comes out of your voice. The way you sound. It's easier to hear, than to read.


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Solution 2

Guest Guest #3422
2 months ago
I think the best answer is probably A.

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