How do visual aids most effectively support a speaker's point in a speech?
O A. By providing information that the speaker doesn't give
O B. By showing evidence that represents what the speaker is talking
C. By citing the source of the speaker's information
O D. By allowing the audience to ask questions
B. By showing evidence that represents what the speaker is talking
Yes, visual aids provide information that the speaker doesn't give. It proves that what the speaker is saying is correct. Visual aids improve the quality and understanding of a particular story.
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