When speaking, stick to your speaking vocabulary

January 1999
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Jan1999, Vol. 111 Issue 1, p13
Trade Publication
Presents the main points to watch for in the spoken language versus the written language. Reason some speeches sound unreal; Use of simple words.


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