What Is a Manuscript Speech?

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A manuscript speech is an oral statement that is written down and delivered just like it is. Each word that is written down is considered as being of paramount importance and it helps to build a connection with the listeners. It is also a type of speech that is meant to trigger thought processes and change in the listeners.
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A manuscript speech is a speech written out word by word and then read out to an audience. Manuscript speeches may contain additive notes which relate to the topic ...
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