268 Answered Questions for the topic speech
The sum of 3 times a number plus -7 is 14. What is the number?
Help please *Informative speech* public speaking
I need a topic for an informative speech.My teacher said that the topic must fall in one of the 3 categories1.object2.event3.conceptI chose food culture but I don't know if it falls into one of the... more
I need some pointers for my speech on the topic "Impact of social media and technology on mental health"
2 minute speech on the topic "Injustice anywhere is injustice everywhere"
can i get a 2 minute speech on the topic "Impact of technology and social media on mental health"
Becoming conversational in Spanish
How long will it take for me to become conversational in Spanish?
Speech Public Speaking
How can we overcome the challenges of speaking on video?
Speaking without a live audience providing us with visual and verbal feedback can be a challenge. How do we stay focused, know we're on track, and remain interesting while on camera?
What is the Syntax of this excerpt from The Crisis Speech by Carrie Chapman Catt? What was the goal of this Speech and how does the syntax in this excerpt help to achieve that goal?
"The object of the life of an organized movement is to secure its aim. Necessarily, it must obey the law of evolution and pass through the stages of agitation and education and finally through the... more
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Can rhetoric lead us to the Truth about an objective reality?
Be sure to define your terms: rhetoric, Truth, and objective reality. And, consider the ideas of two or more rhetorical theories when answering this question.
Are unhealthy eating habits the result of economic hardships?
I took a speech class and did pretty good. The teacher said I should try out for the speech team. How do I know if I'm good enough?
What are the punctuation rules for two pieces of direct speech in a single sentence?
Please help me with the punctuation rules for sentences with two pieces of direct speech within quotes, with the following as example. > “It’s fun to get out on a Sunday and race,” said... more
Punctuation within quotes?
When I was at school I was told that a quote should end with a comma. For example: > "The car is on the road," said Tom. "No it isn't," replied Dick. "He's right — it's over there!" said... more
Listening understanding problems when something is said "out-of-context"?
I have studied in UK since I was 15. I have now been here for around 8 years. I have never noticed that I have any issues with language until I started working full-time. I am very used to academic... more
Polite/professional alternative to 'It turns out'?
I have been tasked with coming up with a nicer phrase to use than 'It turns out'. It is to be used in situations like this one: > - 'It turns out' that we cannot... - 'It turns out' that we... more
Mystery behind silent letters?
I have doubts about words in the English language that have a silent letter. So I want to know how to understand whether a letter is silent or not.
What one should reply to - "Can I talk to Jeremy?"?
> **Situation** I receive a call caller asked me;" Can I talk to Jeremy?" What is correct reply and What should I respond to this situation with. > 1. *he has gone for lunch.* > 2. *he... more
What is the appropriate phrase to say if two people are on the same track?
I am sharing my understanding regarding a particular matter with a colleague just to make sure that both of we have same understanding. This is just to avoid any conflict or confusion among us.... more
What's another way to say "which station should I get off?"?
In the context of "Which station should I get off?" (asked when you're on the train), what would be another way to say this, without using "get off" (which has other connotations) and still... more
Is this worded correctly if it was spoken in an interview?
I am like a clean slate. I do not have any preconceived notions about how the company runs
The word "dear" in public speech?
I am a member of a Toastmaster club in the Czech republic where people work on their public speaking skills. It is a usual to open a speech by > Dear fellow Toastmasters, dear guests,... It is... more
Oscar needs to understand that X is highly unlikely?
A little scenario: > Bobs computer is behaving weird, so he asks Alice about it. > Alice thinks Bob has a virus, she gets help from Oscar, who tells them to run an anti virus scan. >... more