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Unformatted text preview: In the process of giving my speech, I was confident that what I was saying was well articulated, partially thought out, and had little to no articulation mistakes. Later on whoever, when I listened to my speech, I realized that my speech wasn’t at all perfect, and well I feel that my message and speech was somewhat clear, and comprehensible to most listeners, I did make some mistakes with certain words that I said. When I first listened to the speech without any visual aid, I noticed that my speech wasn’t as clear or concise as I thought it was. In listening, I notice that words that I used such as, “wedding”, “ conservative “, and “year” were assimilated together with other words so much, that it almost appeared as though I didn’t pronounce them at all. I also noticed that I pronounced the word “tell” like “tail”. This was obvious well listening to my speech. I felt that my rate of speech, at times, altered the clearness of my message because it made it easier to assimilate the...
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- Fall '11
- Thought, certain body gestures