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Well, as I was saying, they have hardly uttered a word, or not more than a word, of truth; but you shall hear from me the whole truth: not, however, delivered after their manner, in a set oration duly ornamented with words and phrases. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ What is Socrates saying about rhetoric in this excerpt from The Apology? Select all that apply. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PLEASE HELP ASAP------ A.His accusers' rhetoric is lengthy and uninteresting. B.His own rhetoric is straightforward and to the point. C.His accusers' rhetoric is attractive but lacking in substance. D.His own rhetoric is more charming than that of his accusers.

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Socrates is straightforward and charming to this approachI think the closest possible answer to this question is D.His own rhetoric is more charming than that of his accusers. Thank you for your question. Please don't hesitate to ask in Brainly your queries

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