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Publisher's Summary

Each of us gets in such situations where you need to deliver a convincing and detailed speech - on the exam, at a business meeting, or in the company of friends. This audiobook teaches you how to get out of the position with dignity, because it talks about the art of speech. This audiobook will teach breathing and voice techniques, develop good diction and correct pronunciation, and much more. In conclusion, there are exercises that will help make your voice more sonorous and beautiful. The audiobook is indispensable for of teachers, journalists, and all those whose work is related to public engagement.

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quick but odd translation

info is pretty basic, maybe useful for hs or speech 101 type courses. the translation is strange. "the wau how you -" is in every sentence and is a grammatical error seen when a non native English speaker writes.

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The English is terrible.

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

Nobody.

Has Say Like Cicero: Best Speech Techniques turned you off from other books in this genre?

Maybe, but probably not.

What didn’t you like about Alexey Muzhitzky and Jocelyn Ahlf ’s performance?

The book was very obviously written in another language and then translated into English. The translation was very bad.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Disappointment.

Any additional comments?

Have this book looked at by someone that speaks English and re-record it. The information makes sense, but it is impossible to listen to because the English is terrible.