The Right Words
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Saying it right
Wordright will edit your speech in the same way as we edit other forms of documentation — and more, bearing in mind that speeches are written to be read aloud. We check for:
- Internal logic
- Spelling and punctuation
- Grammar, syntax
- Audience targeting
- Inconsistencies, redundancies
- Appropriate "voice"
- Appropriate terminology/jargon
Holding an audience
It is particularly important that a speech be directed at its target audience. Wordright believes that speeches aim to persuade audiences about a particular point of view using one or more of three main devices:
- Logos (the application of logic)
- Ethos (the application of authority)
- Pathos (the application of emotion)
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