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A word about elocution, the art of speaking well.

el·o·cu·tion
[el-uh-KYOO-shuhn]
noun

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1. The art of public speaking in which gesture, vocal production, and delivery are emphasized.
2. A style or manner of speaking, especially in public.

[Middle English elocucioun, from Latin ēlocūtiō, ēlocūtiōn-, from ēlocūtus, past participle of ēloquī, to speak out : ē-, ex-, ex- + loquī, to speak.]

el·o·quence
noun
1. the practice or art of using language with fluency and aptness.
2. eloquent language or discourse: a flow of eloquence.

el·o·quent
adjective
1. having or exercising the power of fluent, forceful, and appropriate speech: an eloquent orator.
2. characterized by forceful and appropriate expression: an eloquent speech.
3. movingly expressive.

Sources: Answers.com, Dictionary.com

Did you know? There are relatively few elocution teachers in the U.S. and Cheryl Moore Brinkley is an expert in this essential aspect of performance.

“Anyone who has seen the films ‘My Fair Lady’ or ‘The King’s Speech’ understands what a valuable life skill proper elocution can be.”

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