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THE NATURE OF PUBLIC SPEAKING
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actually American appeal argumentation attention attitude audi audience avoid basic instincts Bill Jones breath Capital punishment categorical syllogism Chapter classroom clear climax common conclusion concrete convince correct course Crowd psychology deductive reasoning Dictionary difficulty discussion distraction effective emotional ence enunciation exaggeration example Exercise fallacy faults feel gesture give habit head human humor ideas illicit major impress impromptu instinct interest listeners lungs major premise major term Mark Twain matter means mental mentation merely method microphone mind motivation natural outline parliamentary parliamentary procedure periodic sentences person persuasion pitch platform possible practice premise preparation principle problem pronunciations public speaking radio speaking reading reason rule sense sentence simply sound speaker's purpose speaking vocabulary speech composition student speaker sub-heading suggest talk teacher things thought throat tion tivate tone topic truth vocal voice words writing