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Then we discuss how you might structure your speech to address potential audience difficulties in understanding your topic or information.
The term “objects” encompasses many topics we might not ordinarily consider to be “things.” It’s a category that includes people, institutions, places, substances, and inanimate things.
The following are some of these topics: You will find it necessary to narrow your topic about an object because, like any topic, you can’t say everything about it in a single speech.
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