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What is one reason that some types of speech are not free?

Speech is extremely free in America, degrading someone or insulting someone in a threatening or financially dangerous way is what's hammered down upon.

What does the figure of speech eating crow mean?

This figure of speech means that the person was proved wrong. This is true especially if the person in question was bragging, and proved wrong by someone else.

What part of speech is dangerous?

The word dangerous is an adjective. The noun form is danger.

What part of speech is the word eating?

Like most words, "eating" can be used as different parts of speech. It is a noun when used like this: Eating is fun. It is a verb when used like this: She is eating a hot dog for lunch.

What part of speech is dangerouse?

Dangerous is a adjective.

What is a speech marks?

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The explosive device was deactivated.He had explosive diarrhoea after eating the Mexican meal.Use the explosive rounds.

What part of speech is was eating?

Was eating is the past progressive tense of eat. Was is an auxiliary verb, and eating is a present participle.

What is the part of speech created by adding -ing to a verb?

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What is dangerous speech?

Dangerous speech is defined by Brandenburg v. Ohio (1969) as speech that incites "imminent lawless action." With this definitions, speech that directs a specific individual or group to commit a specific violent crime falls under this statute and is not protected by the First Amendment.

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In a sentence like "Eating is my favorite hobby", eating is the noun. If you say, "I am eating lunch right now", eating is a verb. In the sentence "He attended the eating contest", eating is an adjective.

What part of speech is without?

Without is a preposition.

What is informal speech?

An informal speech is when your making a speech to someone you know well such as your friend

What is is a persuasive speech?

A persuasive speech is making someone do something.

What is the verb of speech?

The verb of speech is speak. As in "to speak to someone".

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A speech that gives information, inform someone.

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The verb for speech is speak. As in "to speak to someone".

What is the medical term meaning absence of speech?

The medical term for no speech or without speech is aphasia.

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A speech you have mastered and can recite without using your notes.

Can someone make my speech a bit better?

A speech therapist is a professional who works with patients to improve speech.

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