This is a great question for my class because I’m always fascinated by the different ways that students use different types of speech outlines. There are plenty of different types of speech outlines available, but I’m talking about the two that I’ve seen most students use: the one I call the spoken word outline and the one I call the figurative speech outline.

Personally, I think the spoken word outline is a pretty good choice because it is a more natural way for students to use speech. This is because they can naturally use the sounds that they use in speech as a “hook” when they are speaking to someone in a different language. They can also use certain words as a “hook” when talking to someone who speaks a different language.

The spoken word outline is based on the shape of the mouth and the shape of the nose. The figurative speech outline takes a broader look and emphasizes the shape of the mouth and the shape of the nose. The spoken word outline is a bit more complex because it takes into account the position of the lips, tongue, and jaw, as well as the shape of the teeth. The figurative speech outline is less complex because it only considers the shape of the mouth and nose.

The figurative speech outline takes the form of a short paragraph, which gets all the way to the bottom of the paragraph, where the speech outline gets the right amount of emphasis. Because it’s not the paragraph, it’ll just get the right amount of emphasis.

My point is that it’s a more sophisticated way of saying something than the actual speech outline. It’s more like “look at me, I’m saying what I think,” rather than “I’m just saying what I think.

The problem with the figurative speech outline is that, while it can convey the same meaning, it doesn’t convey the same emotion. This is why the figurative speech outline is more effective than the literal speech outline, because it can convey the same meaning without the same emotional tone.

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