(A) Stand in one place until you feel your nerves have passed
(B) Look at your friends in the audience for encouragement
(C) Find a quiet place to stretch your body and warm up your vocal cords
(D) Carry something in your hands to keep from fidgeting
Stretching your body and warming up your vocal cords in a quiet place are effective methods to manage stress. This helps you to manage your nerves during the speech.
This question is a part of the Topic Quiz section from the Speaking in Public course. You can check out all the quiz answers to this exam in our Speaking in Public Answers page.