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CHARACTERISTICS OF GOOD PUBLIC SPEAKING
CHOOSING A SUBJECT
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able accept action American anecdote appearance attention audience Bakelite beginning believe body classroom conclusion contest cultivated Demosthenes desirable develop dialects ductions effective ence entertainment Ethel example Exercises experience facial expression fact feeling fluency force forests G. P. Baker give given habits hand gestures humor ideas impression improve incidental facetiousness individual interest introduction items of subject kind language larynx Laughter listener look lottery main points material means ment moth movement muscles Myron Taylor National Lottery never Nicholas Murray Butler Norman Hapgood nucleus word outline pause person persuasive phrase physical expression platform possible practice principle pronunciation psychological public speaking public speaking class radio realize schwa sentence situation smile sound speaker SPELLING PRONUNCIATIONS stage-fright story student subject matter subpoints syllable talk tell things thought tion trying underlying purpose usually utter vigorous vocal voice Wendell Phillips whole