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Types of speech styles

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Types of Speech Styles
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Types of speech styles

  1. 1. TYPES OF SPEECH STYLES
  2. 2. TYPES OF SPEECH STYLES 1) Frozen style 2) Formal style 3) Consultative style 4) Casual style 5) Intimate style
  3. 3. 1) FROZEN STYLE  Also known as fixed speech  It is most the most formal communicative style that is often used in respectful situation or formal ceremony  As most highly formal style, it uses the complex grammatical sentence structure and vocabulary known only to experts in a particular field  It invites the reader to enter into a personal experience of creative discovery such as literary texts like poetry  The writing reflects the efforts of revision
  4. 4. 2) FORMAL STYLE – It uses formal words and expressions Example: Formal “Toyota’s sales bounced back in March as substantial discounts helped to win back customers who had been shaken by the firm’s mass safety recalls.” Casual/ Informal expressed counterpart: “Did you see Toyota’s sales figures? Looks like the discounts have actually worked.”
  5. 5. 2) FORMAL STYLE – Most often seen in writing than in speaking – This speech style is expected to be presented in complete sentences with specific word usage – Its usually elaborate complex sentences and noun phrases are well structured, logically sequenced, and strongly coherent – It does not allow ellipsis (like omissions), contractions, qualifying modal adverbials (like probably, possibly, evidently, surely, certainly and subjectively markers ) “This whole blogging thing is getting kind of
  6. 6. 3) CONSULTATIVE STYLE – Known as the Third Level of language – It is unplanned speech – This speech style uses listener participation and feedback – The two defining features of this style are: (a)the speaker supplies background information (b)the listener participates continuously – Less appropriate for writing
  7. 7. 4) CASUAL OR INFORMAL STYLE – This style is used in conversations between friends and insiders who have something to share and have shared background information – There is free and easy participation of both speaker and listener – It is marked by various degrees of implicitness because of intimacy between speaker and listener – The use of language is general
  8. 8. 4) CASUAL OR INFORMAL STYLE – It is appropriate to use casual language in situations where speech is improvised and not prepared ahead of time, or when the writer is writing quickly without editing – You also use casual language when you want to get to know someone on a more personal level, or you want the person to feel at ease.
  9. 9. 4) CASUAL OR INFORMAL STYLE – A simple greeting with those you know well might probably be the causal: – “Hi” – “Hey” – “What’s up?” – “How is it going?” – “How do you do?” – “Nice to meet you, Mr./Mrs./Ms., Dr., Rev.” – “ Will you please excuse me for a moment?” – “Excuse me”
  10. 10. 4) CASUAL OR INFORMAL STYLE – Casual or informal style have ellipsis, allows the use of slang, profanity, and unconventional English words – The diction or vocabulary is informal (colloquial) – Some of the vocabulary used only in casual situations are: – “dude” (a person) – “freaking out” (getting scared) – “nope” (no)
  11. 11. 4) CASUAL OR INFORMAL STYLE – Its casual language uses words or phrases that are shortened like: – “I’m doin’ it my way” (doing) – “Lemme go!” (let me go) – “Watcha gonna do?” (What are you going to do?) – “Whassup?” (What’s up?)
  12. 12. 5) INTIMATE STYLE – This style is used in conversations between people who are very close and know each other quite well because having a maximum of shared background information – It is characterized by an economy of words, with a high incidence of significant nonverbal communication, such as gesture, facial expression, eye contact and so on. – There is free and easy participation of both the speaker and listener, and is far more elliptical
  13. 13. TYPES OF SPEECH STYLES Presented by: LARGADO LOTILLA GABITANAN thank you g o m a s e u b n i d a
  14. 14. 1) It is also known as fixed speech. a) Frozen Speech b) Formal Speech c) Consultative Speech d) Intimate Speech e) Casual/ Informal Speech
  15. 15. 2) It is the type of speech style that uses formal words and expressions. a) Frozen Speech b) Formal Speech c) Consultative Speech d) Intimate Speech e) Casual/ Informal Speech
  16. 16. 3) This speech style uses listener participation and feedback. a) Frozen Speech b) Formal Speech c) Consultative Speech d) Intimate Speech e) Casual/ Informal Speech
  17. 17. 4) This style is used in conversations between people who are very close and know each other quite well. a) Frozen Speech b) Formal Speech c) Consultative Speech d) Intimate Speech e) Casual/ Informal Speech
  18. 18. 5) This style is used in conversations between friends and insiders who have something to share and have shared background information. a) Frozen Speech b) Formal Speech c) Consultative Speech d) Intimate Speech e) Casual/ Informal Speech
  19. 19. 6) Frozen speech is the most______ __________style that is often used in respectful situation or formal ceremony. a) formal communicative b) fixed speech c) complex grammar d) creative discovery
  20. 20. 7) The following sentences describes casual or informal style EXCEPT ONE. Which is it? a) Casual or informal style have ellipsis, allows the use of slang, profanity, and unconventional English words. b) This speech style uses listener participation and feedback c) A simple greeting with those you know well. d) Its casual language uses words or phrases that are shortened like “I’m doin’ it my way”
  21. 21. 8) In consultative speech style, the speaker______ background information while the listener ______ continuously. a) sends; receives b) gives; receives c) supplies; participates d) produces; share
  22. 22. 9) Which one is an example of Formal Speech Style? a) Use of simplified grammar b) When a student recites in class c) Weddings d) Job Interview
  23. 23. 10) Which one is an example of Consultative Speech Style? a) When a student recites in class b) Use of simplified grammar c) Weddings d) Job Interview
  24. 24. (10-15) WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF SPEECH STYLES? (16-20) GIVE ONE EXAMPLE FOR EACH TYPES OF SPEECH STYLE. (excluding those given in the choices before)
  25. 25. GOOD LUCK

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