ORAL COMMUNICATION. Prepared Speaking. Not everyone is a born speaker, but everyone has the ability to develop effective oral communication skills. The ability to speak in public is a life skill that can and should be developed.
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The conclusion CONCLUDES what you have spoken about in your body, it brings everything together. Restate what you have discussed in your body and focus on the main point of your speech.
The introduction must captivate the audience, use some techniques mentioned earlier. However, do not use an introduction which does not connect with the main topic of your speech. Mention what the rest of your speech will contain.