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Presentations, Demos, and Training Sessions

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If you have not written a script (see Chapter 4) and / or have not practised what you are going to say, you will probably fill your speech with redundancy. Imagine you have developed a system for helping people trade on financial markets. Your slide looks like this:

System for Financial Markets

  1. 1.

    Dealer side

  2. 2.

    Central Market

  3. 3.

    Customer Side

Compare these two versions of what you could say.

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Wallwork, A. (2014). PRACTISING YOUR PRESENTATION. In: Presentations, Demos, and Training Sessions. Guides to Professional English. Springer, New York, NY.

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