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Types of speeches and public discussions
Transcript of Types of speeches and public discussions
William Penn, 1644–1718
The primary goal of any speech is to be understood, not to impress the audience with eloquence.
Types of Speeches
Toasting the bride and groom at a wedding
Introducing the main speaker at a conference
Summarizing your project status at a business meeting
Eulogizing a friend at a funeral
Presenting or accepting an award at a banquet