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大學英語四級閱讀理解題

Passage 1

Eye contact is a nonverbal technique that helps the speaker "sell" his or her ideas to an audience. Beside its persuasive powers, eye contact helps hold 1tstener interest. A successful speaker must maintain eye contact with an audience. To have good rapport (關系) with 1isteners, a speaker should maintain direct eye contact for at least 75 percent of the time. some speakers focus exclusively on their notes. Others gaze over the heads of the1r listeners. Both are likely to lose audience interest and esteem People who maintain eye contact while speaking, whether from a podium (演講臺) or from across the table, are "regarded not only as exceptionally well-disposed by their target but also as more believable and earnest."

To show the potency of ey6 contact in daily life, we have only to consider how passers-by behave when their glances happen to meet on the street. At one extreme are those people who feel obliged to smile when they make eye contact. At the other extreme are for who feel awkward and immediately look away. To make eye contact, it seems, is to make a certain 1ink with someone.-

" Eye contact with an audience also 1ets a speaker. know and monitor the listeners. It is, in fact, essential for analyzing an audience during a speech. Visual cues(暗示)from audience members can indicate that a speech is dragging, that the speaker is dwelling on a particular point for too long, or that a particular point requires further explanation. As we have pointed out, visual fe
ed-back form listeners should play an important role in shaping a speech as it is delivered.

" Eye contact with an audience also 1ets a speaker. know and monitor the listeners. It is, in fact, essential for analyzing an audience during a speech. Visual cues(暗示)from audience members can indicate that a speech is dragging, that the speaker is dwelling on a particular point for too long, or that a particular point requires further explanation. As we have pointed out, visual feed-back form listeners should play an important role in shaping a speech as it is delivered.

l. This passage is mainly concerned with____________

a. the importance of eye contact

b. the potency of nonverbal techniques

d. successful speech delivery d. an effective way to gain visual feedbacks

2. According to the passage a good speaker must ___________________.

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