Impromptu Speech

Term explanation  •  Category Speeches

Definition and meaning

A speech that is given without any preparation, notes, or cards, is called an impromptu speech. It is often delivered at private events (e.g., weddings or birthdays) or for training presentation skills.

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A persuasive presentation is made, for example, to introduce an amendment. There are usually several options to choose from. It is particularly important to provide good arguments and reasons.

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In contrast to closed questions, the answer to open questions can be more detailed and creative. You can convey more information.

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Keynote is a programme which, like PowerPoint, is used to create digital screen presentations. It is mainly used by Apple users.

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