|Exam Name||:||AWS Certified Alexa Skill Builder -Specialty (AXS-C01)|
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An Alexa Skill Builder is developing a custom skill to play a live audio stream. What two built-in intents are required to implement the AudioPlayer interface?
AMAZON.NextIntent and AMAZON.StopIntent
AMAZON.ResumeIntent and AMAZON.PauseIntent
AMAZON.CancelIntent and AMAZON.ResumeIntent
AMAZON.RepeatIntent and AMAZON.StopIntent
An Alexa Skill Builder is trying to enable a skill in the developer console. The skill model builds without errors, but the Builder is unable to turn on testing.
What could be causing this?
The skill’s slot types are invalid.
The skill does not have an example phrase
The skill does not have an invocation name
The skill does not have an endpoint
On Amazon Alexa enabled devices with a screen, which of the following standard built-in intents are handled by Alexa on the skill’s behalf and are not forwarded to the skill? (Choose three.)
An Alexa Skill Builder wants to create a skill that asks the user two yes/no questions: Alexa: Do you like cats?
Alexa: Do you like dogs?
When the username answers “yes”, how should the Builder code the handler to know which question the answer refers to?
Using session attributes, store the previous question as the context for use in the AMAZON.YesIntent handler.
Within the AMAZON.YesIntent handler, prompt the user to repeat the name of the animal that they like.
Within the AMAZON.YesIntent handler, define a slot to store and retrieve the previously asked question.
Access Amazon CloudWatch Logs and retrieve the previous question topic from the recent log messages.
An Alexa Skill Builder needs to set up an Amazon Alexa skill beta test. What user identifier should be used to add beta testers?
AWS account number
Alexa user email address
Amazon vendor ID
Amazon customer ID
Which of the following are ways that a user can interact with an Amazon Alexa skill using both voice and non-voice methods? (Choose three.)
Scrolling through a list
Selecting an action
Zooming in on an image
Pausing a video
Muting the device
Pairing with Bluetooth
An Alexa Skill Builder wants a skill to inform the users of the number of times they have launched the skill. What approach should the Builder take to track this information?
Store and increment a launchCount session attribute.
Using the ASK SDK, implement a persistent attribute that is stored and retrieved from Amazon DynamoDB.
Perform a scan of the Amazon DynamoDB table for the number of records and count each record as a skill launch.
Set up a global variable in the code project that increments each time the code is invoked by Amazon Alexa.
An Alexa Skill Builder is developing a skill that tells users facts about their neighborhoods using their postal codes. When running the skill, users receive error messages from their Amazon Alexa devices. When the Builder checks the logs, error messages are being sent when the device location API is used to get users’ postal codes.
What are the potential causes of this issue? (Choose two.)
The Alexa devices are registered in the incorrect postal code.
The AWS Lambda function is not registered to the skill.
The users have opted out of giving their location information.
The application ID of the skill does not match the expected application ID of the AWS Lambda function.
The skill is not registered to access information in the developer console.