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why is it important to pay attention to your audience while you are writing?
It is important to consider your audience when writing a speech. [ Your audience will affect the language that you choose to use--for example, if you are addressing children, then you should use simple, friendly language; whereas, if you are addressing adults, you should use more complex language, which will sound more impressive. The ultimate aim of giving a speech is to engage your audience,
and if they do not understand you or find your choice of language to be boring, the audience will lose interest. Giving simple instructions to your audience is easy: plan out the instructions first and decide beforehand how best to break them down into several, basic instructions. Try to avoid wordiness, and try to limit the instructions to five or six because any more could be confusing. If giving an informative speech to an audience who will continue the work at home, try to include all the details on a Web page or a virtual learning environment, if in an educational setting. This will allow your audience to access the information at home.home. ]
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