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Descriptive language speech example

One of the advanced ToastMasters speech projects focuses on using descriptive language to connect with an audience and emphasize points. The goal of the project is to use language that paints a picture with words and leaves a lasting impression that informs, persuades, entertains, or inspires. While you read my speech, notice where I've implemented verbs,
adjectives, and adverbs to create vivid descriptions that draw parallels between leadership and hiking into a forest fire.



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Posted: Toastmasters@MIT, 20 Feb 23, 15:21 by LizG2    Comments:

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