Speech-making is a long-standing practice used by politicians, philosophers, and actors alike. Through history, speeches have been made for a wide range of reasons, from persuading others to join your side, to professing love, to publicly condemning your rivals.
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A philippic can be defined as an angry speech that is publicly criticising someone. The term originates from a series of condemning speeches made by...
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Learn about speech style and why it matters. Identify types, levels, and purposes of speaking styles, and examine factors to consider when choosing a speech style.