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Angga P. Perkhasa (Public Speaking Speech)

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  • 1. PUBLIC SPEAKING P R E P A R E D By: Angga Putra Perkhasa 11.10.010.745.002 Lecturer: Sutria Rahayu English Department
  • 2. Speech Outline Purpose : Persuasive Topic : Dangers of Drugs I think you know what drug is. Some drugs (such as alcohol, heroin and tranquillisers) have a sedative effect which slow down the way the body and brain function. Drugs is very dangers and must be banner. 1. Sedative drugs. Alchohol Heroin 2. Hallucinogenic drugs. Disturbing experience Attitude 3. Injection Hepatitis B and C HIV / AIDS
  • 3. DRUGS First of all, I want to say thanks to God who has given me to speech in this moment. Also to Prophet Muhammad SAW, his families, and his friends. Secondly, I want to say thanks to the participant for giving me a chance to stand here, for deliver my speech about drugs. My beloved friends, I think you know what drug is. Some drugs (such as alcohol, heroin and tranquillisers) have a sedative effect which slow down the way the body and brain function. Sedative drugs like alcohol and heroin can lead to fatal overdose if a lot is taken. They can also affect co-ordination making accidents more likely. Use of sedatives can also lead to physical dependence and withdrawal symptoms while others drugs like cannabis cannot. Hallucinogenic drugs sometimes produce very disturbing experiences and may lead to erratic or dangerous behaviour by the user, especially if they are already unstable. And of course some drugs are legal to use and others are not. Being arrested and getting a conviction can lead to all sorts of problems. Injecting is particularly risky because it is difficult to know how much is being taken. Injection also carries the risk of infection by blood borne diseases if any injecting equipment is shared. Highest profile recently has been given to HIV, the virus that leads to AIDS, but there are also risks from Hepatitis B and C, another very serious blood borne disease. In conclusion, the drug experience and the expectations of the user are important. Many young people experimenting with drugs for the first time will be unsure about what to do or what to expect. This ignorance and lack of experience can itself be dangerous. Not much that I can say to day, just few of words above that I can deliver to you at this moment, thank a lot for your attention and also ask forgiveness for my mistakes.