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  • English Speech: Terrorism

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    English Speech: Terrorism Good (morning/afternoon) and welcome to my speech. Today I would like to enlighten you with a subject that I feel strongly about. That subject is terrorism and what it has done to the world. My personal opinion is that terrorism is something that is causing havoc in this place called earth and it should stopped before it gets out of our hands. The word terrorism in the English dictionary means "violent action for political purposes." This is the proper definition

  • Persuasive Speech In English

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    stating, “It is not precisely other speech that attracts you but the people who use this speech.” (Roberts 38). Zanuttini rightfully furthered this belief by saying, “whether a variety sounds stupid or cool is a reflection of how we feel about the people who use it.”(Zanuttini 3). Both these writers accentuate on the fact that people’s irrational perceptions

  • Reforming the English Curriculum - Speech

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    Reforming the English Curriculum - Speech Good morning members of the Board of Secondary School Studies, I am here today to speak to you about what I believe is a very important issue - reforming our English curriculum. The goal of the curriculum as it stands today is to produce high quality critical evaluators, with the ability to empathise. I agree whole-heartedly with this objective, but I believe some adjustments made to our curriculum are necessary. While it seems a huge change may

  • Phhonological Speech Errors In English And German Language

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    Speech errors refer to the unintended mistakes people make while speaking, they happen when we move, or substitute, delete or add sounds, words or phrases. Speech errors are also known as slips of the tongue. They tell us a lot about the organization of the lexicon and they reveal a lot about the structure of language. This paper included an analysis of phonological speech errors that was carried out to examine into the organization of the lexicon of segments within syllables and words in three languages

  • My First Speech at Montgomery College

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    This was my first speech class that I have ever taken. I was surprised that Montgomery College required such a course. However, I was also very anxious to take the course–I am not very comfortable speaking in public. I think that I do not have too much extrovertedness in me to be comfortable with speaking to a group. My informative speech, was the first presentation I had even given to a class. In high school, because of my limited English knowledge, I was never pressured by my teachers to do presentation

  • Speaking Persuasive Speech

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    values. In order to attempt to make the audience listen attentively and sway towards the side being argued for, without being offensive, the speaker or student has several ethical obligations to be followed while making their persuasive speech. To ensure that the speech is proper and factual, the speaker must have ethical goals and fair ways to express their ideas honestly. The person delivering the presentation should want the listener to lean towards

  • SALL Reflective essay

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    Once after I decided my SALL goal, I tried to analyse the reasons why I am not speaking English very smoothly and fluently. The reasons are:  need more time to organize my ideas  hesitate during the speech because I cannot think of an appropriate word to say  not confident enough After I spotted my weaknesses, I looked for ways to improve them one by one. First, in order to gain more time to express my points in a better and clear way, I had written down some phrases that could act as buffers

  • Differences Between Speaking And Writing English

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    1.0 Introduction. The intention of this report is to highlight the differences between speaking and writing English in a variety of contexts. Whilst both are valuable forms of communication, the differences between them can be traced back to the origin of humanity. Speech is an inherent genetic capability that most humans are born with the possibility of producing, whilst, as Bright, 2015, explains, writing is a fairly recent invention in our evolutionary story that has rules to be followed (p

  • Reflective Essay On A Better Public Speaker

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    improve my eye contact, my speech fluency and have a louder voice while presenting. This was a challenge for me because although I have given speeches before, I have never given a formal speech that I would prepare for in English. From the start of the semester, I realized that even the best public speakers need hours of practice to give a several minute speech. I knew that if I wanted to give a good speech I must practice at least an hour for every minute of my speech. Being an international student

  • Adult Talk vs. Baby Talk

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    Adhering a connection with your child is a awesome experience. Teaching them to talk at an early age may have many benefits. It was determined that conversing to your child using simplified speech patterns such as small words and shorter sentences are better. This type of speech is called adult talk. Children who are exposed to high levels of verbal language, develop big vocabularies and the ability to express and comprehend at an early age in life. Baby talk is when you construct