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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Name five of the six points you should check, or have checked, when you are practicing your speech on tape, or with a friend. ..i think one is not to shake your voice...

OpenStudy (anonymous):

This is for speech

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Click the link. & don't forget a medal. http://sixminutes.dlugan.com/speech-preparation-8-practice-presentation/

OpenStudy (anonymous):

its not the right stuff.. thnks for helping tho..

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Welcome.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I hope this is what you are looking for. ~The volume of your voice. Speak loud enough to be heard, but don't yell. ~The proper pronunciation of your words. Look it up if you don't know for sure. ~How fast you are talking. Too fast, and your audience will have difficulty keeping up with you. Too slow, and you will bore your audience. ~The clarity of your voice. Don't mumble or run words together. ~Your usage of "um, er, uh," and other fillers. DON'T DO THIS.

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