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Pronunciation is the way a word sounds when it s spoken. The sounds of each syllable add up to the way a word is pronounced. Listeners make assumptions about a speaker s intelligence, professionalism, and potential based on his or her pronunciation.
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Speaking of . . . Commonly Mispronounced Words
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Expresso coffee instead of espresso Excape instead of escape Liberry instead of library Wadn t instead of wasn t Acrost instead of across Dint instead of didn t Feb-you-airy instead of February Off-ten instead of often
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Denotation is the dictionary meaning of a word. Connotation is the meaning gained through pop culture and society s accepted de nition of a word. Before the 1960s, cool meant a chilly temperature, aloof, or calm. Today, cool means those things as well as something good or interesting. In the 1970s, the phrase jumped the shark came from a ridiculous TV episode of Happy Days in which Fonzie jumped over a shark pool on his motorcycle. This was the point when critics began to say the show had
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CHAPTER 12 Keep the Audience Interested
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been on the air too long. Now, when something has jumped the shark, its quality has started to decline sharply. The expression has nothing to do with sharks. In the 1980s, threads meant clothes, and a Bill Cosby sweater was an attractive, multicolored sweater. In the 1990s, something good was called bad. After the 2000 presidential election, the term red state or blue state came to mean states that voted for either the Republican or the Democratic candidate. In the 2010s, well, we ll have to see what catches on and lasts for years to come. There are strong cultural differences in the connotations of words. Be cautious if you are speaking with an audience you don t know. If you are uncomfortable with the meaning of any words or phrases, check with a trusted friend who knows the culture of the audience.
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Never use off-color material. No excuses. If you re a professional comedian and are expected to be off-color, you don t need to read this book.
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SIMILE AND METAPHOR
The techniques of simile and metaphor compare one thing to another. They make your language more colorful and visual and can be a very effective tool to add interest to an otherwise dull topic. A speaker uses simile by saying one thing is like another. Simile involves the words like and as: Someone who swims well is said to swim like a sh. When something happens suddenly, it s like a bolt of lightning. Someone who isn t affected by adversity is tough as nails. Something hard to nd is like a needle in a haystack.
Stand and Deliver
A metaphor makes a comparison directly, calling one thing something else: The idea died on the vine means it wasn t discussed any further. An important topic can be red hot. You re driving me crazy, said the young mom to her two-year-old child. If someone fooled you, you were outfoxed. Although metaphors and similes add interest to your message, they don t always translate well to other cultures. Sports terms commonly used in business can present big challenges, since people in different countries play different sports and use unique terms to refer to each sport.
VISUAL WORDS
Use words that create a visual picture in the audience s mind. For example, to describe a thunderstorm, you could say, The sky was dark, and it was raining hard. You might better say, The clouds rolled in as the sky turned from blue to gray and from gray to charcoal. Rain poured as if someone had opened a faucet. When the audience can visualize your words, it can embody them.
SIMPLE WORDS
Make the complex as simple as possible. If you must share detailed information, state the facts as simply as possible, and follow your description with a slide, an Internet link to background information, or a handout listing all appropriate information.
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