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1. Leaning toward a speaker is often a sign of A. nervousness.

B. low self-esteem. C. sincere interest. D. dishonesty.

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1. Leaning toward a speaker is often a sign of A. nervousness.

B. low self-esteem.
C. sincere interest.
D. dishonesty.

Answer

1. Leaning toward a speaker is often a sign of C. sincere interest Usually a listener demonstrates attentiveness and genuine interest, by leaning in, maintaining eye contact, or tilting their head to the side.

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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