ARTICULATION AND ENUNCIATION
Two of the most essential aspects of public speaking are articulation and
enunciation. These two aspects loosely defined refer to the production of
clear sounds and pronunciation of words formed from sounds. In this
chapter the focus will be on techniques that speakers can use in forming
clear sounds and pronouncing these sounds.
It will focus on exercises
such as tongue twisters which make the speaker comfortable articulating
and enunciating usually difficult words in rapid succession, additionally
some mouth and lip stretching techniques will be practiced allowing
speakers to get used to utilising proper technique in speaking.