speech

Even when speaking, one must cross one's T's and dot one's i's. What does this
mean when referring to public speaking?
What public speaking term does this refer to?

asked by Ty
  1. It'll be in here somewhere:

    http://www.virtualsalt.com/rhetoric.htm

    Check these especially and let us know what you think:

    Exemplum
    Epistrophe
    Parallelism
    Synechdoche

    posted by Writeacher

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