explain extemporaneous speech? Advantages nd disadvantages of this


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Didge Doo answered

Extemporaneous means impromptu, or off the cuff.

Advantage: A good speaker can roll along with little preparation and usually finish before his audience becomes bored. One of the best all-round extemporaneous speakers was Isaac Asimov who, on his way to the stage with the chancellor of a big US university, asked, "By the way, what did you want me to talk about?" And the chancellor said, "About 20 minutes."

Disadvantage: If you're not a natural speaker or well-versed in your subject, your speech is likely to be boring. You'd have been better off with time for preparation.

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Carissa Cook answered

Extemporaneous speaking, comonly known as extemp, is a limited-preparation speech event based on research and original analysis. Extemporaneous speaking is a competitive speaking event in the United States in both high school and college forensics competition. Most of the times it is given without any prior preparation but sometimes speakers are allowed to do some limited research before giving the speech.

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