How does a good speaker identify the subject of his/her talk?

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      Alex ow yong
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      A good speaker will talk about topics that the audience is interested in and relevant to them.

    • #95298115
      Joyce
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      By offering a question and giving a complement–a statement that answers the question.

    • #95285343
      Erick Goodman
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      A good speaker will identify the subject with a what, where, when, why, how or who.

    • #95285048
      Tracey
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      A good speaker will identify the subject of their talk by addressing who they are talking about. They will further address questions like, what is the subject about or where is this taking place.

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      Roy
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      A good speaker identifies the subject of his/her speech by stating the compliments of the subject. The compliment together with the subjects give a clear idea.

    • #95278182
      Chia
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      A good speaker can identify the subject of their talk by using a what, a where, or when or why, how, or who. The clearer the speaker has about the issue, the better his talk will be.

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      Ahamefule
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      Uses the What, the When, the Where, the Why, the How, and the Who…

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      Our Daily Bread
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