Verbal Communication Element - Inflection

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Verbal Communication Element - Inflection

  1. 1. SPEECH DELIVERY Verbal Communication Inflection Inflection is “change in the pitch or tone of the voice.”
  2. 2. Varying your tone throughout the speech - raising your voice slightly to indicate a question, lowering it to end a declarative sentence, speaking louder to indicate excitement or softer to express sadness - will help keep your audience awake and alert! Itʼs important to vary the pitch. It will help keep your audience in tune (no pun intended!) with your message and help them understand its substance.
  3. 3. I did not borrow his car. Example: ! Change inflection in this sentence.
  4. 4. I did not borrow his car. Example: ! Change inflection in this sentence.
  5. 5. I did not borrow his car. Example: ! Change inflection in this sentence.
  6. 6. I did not borrow his car. Example: ! Change inflection in this sentence.
  7. 7. I did not borrow his car. Example: ! Change inflection in this sentence.
  8. 8. Fred E. Miller Writer - Speaker - Coach Public Speaking and Presentation Skills Contact 314-517-8772 Fred@NoSweatPublicSpeaking.com http://www.nosweatpublicspeaking.com

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