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Speech Analysis - Useful Phrases

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Speech Analysis - Useful Phrases

 SPEECH ANALYSIS
Introduction:
The speech "(Titel)" delivered in (Erscheinungsjahr) on (Anlass) in (Ort) by (Redner/in), deals with (Thema).

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SPEECH ANALYSIS Introduction: The speech "(Titel)" delivered in (Erscheinungsjahr) on (Anlass) in (Ort) by (Redner/in), deals with (Thema). In his/her "(Titel)", given on (Anlass) on (Erscheinungsdatum) in (Ort), (Redner/in) addresses (Publikum) on (Thema). The speech is addressed to .... The focus is on .... The speaker wants to / is aiming to / is trying to .... The speaker is canvassing for .... The speaker wishes to stir / persuade his audience .... Summary: The speech can be devided into In his/her opening words Halfway trough the speech .... Towards the end of the speech Introduction: In his/her speech uses many devices to support his/her opinion. In order to address the listener of his/her speech, the author makes use of language and communicative strategies. Analysis: One of the most effective devices the speaker employs is The most powerful strategy At one point in his/her speech he/she makes use of .... A recurrent rhetorical device A striking rhetorical device is One of the most efficient devices is ... In line the speaker argues illustrates / claims that As the speaker observes in line .... to establish a personal relationship with the audience to make the audience aware of to make the audience feel understood.... to trigger emotions Analysis: to engage the listener effectively to create immediacy and urgency to make a lasting impression by. to involve the difference between A and B to deceive...

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an audience to avoid offense to heighten the audience's attention to make a speech more memorable to make a easily recognisable references to emphasize sth. to make the listener aware of the extent of the problem to arouse interest to simplify complicated matters by referring to everyday experiences to launch into a polemic against .... to appeal to the listener conscience to leave no room for doubt to impose one's opinion on ... to increase intensity to create the illusion of mutual understanding to win over so to catch the listeners attention to make the listener think to create vivid / graphic mental images to emphasize certain aspects to amuse /entertain the listener to criticize / satirize to evoke associations to focus the listener attention on to emphasis on to point out to the listener to appeal to the listener imagination Conclusion: All in all, it can be said that In conclusion, I would say that I would like to conclude by saying that .... To put in a nutshell The message of the speech is clear and simple .... In my opinion the speaker displays a thorough / intimate / superficial knowledge of The speaker twist / perverts the truth by. From my point of view the speech is convincing, because .... The speech deeply moved me / left me cold / made me laugh .... The speech made me think about

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Speech Analysis - Useful Phrases

Speech Analysis - Useful Phrases

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Sophie

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Speech Analysis - Useful Phrases

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 SPEECH ANALYSIS
Introduction:
The speech "(Titel)" delivered in (Erscheinungsjahr) on (Anlass) in (Ort) by (Redner/in), deals with (Thema).

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SPEECH ANALYSIS Introduction: The speech "(Titel)" delivered in (Erscheinungsjahr) on (Anlass) in (Ort) by (Redner/in), deals with (Thema). In his/her "(Titel)", given on (Anlass) on (Erscheinungsdatum) in (Ort), (Redner/in) addresses (Publikum) on (Thema). The speech is addressed to .... The focus is on .... The speaker wants to / is aiming to / is trying to .... The speaker is canvassing for .... The speaker wishes to stir / persuade his audience .... Summary: The speech can be devided into In his/her opening words Halfway trough the speech .... Towards the end of the speech Introduction: In his/her speech uses many devices to support his/her opinion. In order to address the listener of his/her speech, the author makes use of language and communicative strategies. Analysis: One of the most effective devices the speaker employs is The most powerful strategy At one point in his/her speech he/she makes use of .... A recurrent rhetorical device A striking rhetorical device is One of the most efficient devices is ... In line the speaker argues illustrates / claims that As the speaker observes in line .... to establish a personal relationship with the audience to make the audience aware of to make the audience feel understood.... to trigger emotions Analysis: to engage the listener effectively to create immediacy and urgency to make a lasting impression by. to involve the difference between A and B to deceive...

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an audience to avoid offense to heighten the audience's attention to make a speech more memorable to make a easily recognisable references to emphasize sth. to make the listener aware of the extent of the problem to arouse interest to simplify complicated matters by referring to everyday experiences to launch into a polemic against .... to appeal to the listener conscience to leave no room for doubt to impose one's opinion on ... to increase intensity to create the illusion of mutual understanding to win over so to catch the listeners attention to make the listener think to create vivid / graphic mental images to emphasize certain aspects to amuse /entertain the listener to criticize / satirize to evoke associations to focus the listener attention on to emphasis on to point out to the listener to appeal to the listener imagination Conclusion: All in all, it can be said that In conclusion, I would say that I would like to conclude by saying that .... To put in a nutshell The message of the speech is clear and simple .... In my opinion the speaker displays a thorough / intimate / superficial knowledge of The speaker twist / perverts the truth by. From my point of view the speech is convincing, because .... The speech deeply moved me / left me cold / made me laugh .... The speech made me think about