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Pick a topic that you think you could explain to a group of your friends with ease: for example, a school subject, a genre of music, or a device. Now imagine that you have to give a speech about that topic in front of 30 strangers. What changes? What challenges do speeches offer that talking doesn't, even if the speech is about a familiar topic? What are some of the key differences between delivering a speech and just talking? The topic I would choose to talk about is the beach. If I was just talking about it I would just say what is on my mind and not really think about what I am saying. I would not prepare for it. I would just
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