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What does your textbook advise regarding the use of hypothetical illustrations in a speech?

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Annie Barnes on June 28, 2018

The book text says:"the Use of illustrations with which your audience can identify. It is recommended that members of the audience part of the stage in a hypothetical illustration; to make the resemblance between the two things compared in a figurative analogy apparent to his public,"In general, there are a few more tips in discourses such as reconsider your thoughts or procedures at any time, in the discourse of the disposal process, such as find and take more about your audience; to be audience-focused to decrease the speaker of the anxiety; be sensitive and adapt to the variety of your crowd; keep in mind the audience's interests and wishes to select the point of his speech, in which he reminds his audience knowledge, premiums, and wishes to select a support material for his speech.

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