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  1. Anonymous
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    I need help on what the tone of a speech is

    Hello im a student that attends magruder highschool and i need help on finding out what the tone of a speech is i used to know it and now i cannot find my notes on the tone of a speech so if you could let me know as soon as possible that would be very helpful thank you


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    nikki dotson :D

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    Tone of speech is the way you sound- angry, pleased, etc.

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    I think this is what you are looking for.



    I think the general tone of a speech has as much to do with the emotions it is likely to elicit in the hearers as the emotions of the speaker. The tone of a speech can be passionate, inflammatory, conciliatory, or any number of things.

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