Improving Speaking for "Abdullah"

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18.00 USD /single lesson (60 min.)
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nick Sahara.k.s.a.
country Saudi Arabia
languages Arabic, English


Experience: 3 years

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Do you want to become a more skillful public speaker? Then look no further than the following six public speaking tips, each guided to improve your ability and make your speeches shine with clarity and professionalism. Public Speaking Tip #1: Learn to work with your fear, not against it. Most public speakers experience a case of “nerves” before they stand before an audience. However, the most successful public speakers are able to work with, not against, their anxiety. The secret to dealing with normal stage fright is to be accommodating of it. Acknowledge that you’re nervous; Then, once you’ve accepted its presence, you can engage in deep breathing exercises or other behind-the-scenes public speaking exercises to quell your apprehension. Public Speaking Tip #2: Always aim to make a good speech better. If you’re giving a speech for the tenth time, chances are that it’s become a little stale. To ensure that you are always challenged and that your audience always gets your best performance possible, tweak your speech here and there every time you give it. You don’t have to make major alterations in the text, but do add new elements, such as different props or a twist on one of your themes. Public Speaking Tip #3: Remind yourself that you’re in control. Even if you have someone in your audience who is heckling you, it’s critical to remind yourself that you are the one in charge of the speech. Should someone in the room try to (figuratively) take the stage for him- or herself, you may have to (politely, of course) request that he or she hold comments until the end of the discussion. By taking charge of any unexpected situations and exhibiting an “I am the one in control here” attitude, you’ll put your audience and your nerves at ease. Public Speaking Tip #4: Rehearse your speech. You may think you can say a good speech, but it’s nearly impossible to pull off a great performance with little or no practice. Do yourself and your audience a huge favour and practice your speech in the days before you’re expected to give it. Public Speaking Tip #5: If it’s not working, ditch it. If you find yourself giving a speech in front of a group whose members are practically falling asleep, it’s time to try something new. Never hesitate to “shake up” your audience by announcing, “This isn’t working, is it? Let’s try something different.” Of course, you must be extremely comfortable with your speech in order to make a change. Public Speaking Tip #6: Trust yourself. Finally, always remember that you’re probably better than you think of yourself. Trust your instincts and know that you can be a public speaker! The skills needed are learnable, and if you have the drive to become a speech maker, you can achieve your goals. 1- If you cannot get a job and remain ......... for a long period, you can claim some money from the state. (a) unengaged (b) unattached (c) unemployed (d) unused 2- The great thing about this guarantee is that there is never any doubt and there is no ......... about getting your money back. (a) squabble (b) argument (c) quibble (d) quarrel 3- ......... are people who put money into a business in the hope of making a profit. (a) Spenders (b) Borrowers (c) Lenders (d) Investors 4- We will make no ......... for the catalogue, which you can take with our compliments. (a) cost (b) debt (c) charge (d) payment 5- It may seem a long way into the future but in the end you will get some ......... from your investment. (a) produce (b) benefit (c) products (d) price 6- There is still an outstanding ......... on that account, which must be paid in 30 days. (a) balance (b) scale (c) difference (d) cost 7- Interest ......... are at their lowest level since the 1950's. (a) figures (b) rates (c) numbers (d) standards