Humorous Persuasive Speech

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3.6. Humorous Persuasive Speech Topics The way a persuasive speech is delivered matters most to achieve desired results. If the content of speech is very good but it is made in a very dull and boring manner then the audience start losing their interest in it and become sleepy. But if the subject of speech is humorous then you need not only to prepare the matter thoroughly after careful research and reading but also need to deliver it in a style that is meticulous, natural and interesting. The aim of a humorous persuasive speech is to engage the listeners during the full speech in a fun and light way. If such a speech does not contain any real humor then it fails to achieve the desired purpose. The real purpose is to make people laugh not only through words but also…show more content…
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