Speech In Figure 11-9

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In regards to the speech in figure 11-9 I would improve the style of the speech in a different way. In addition after reading about oral reports I get a clear understanding the importance of business communication and the manner in which an individual is been treated by their colleagues in a facility or company. The manner in which I would improve the style of Ethanol in Fuel speech, I would begin with a greeting depending on the type of day such as Good morning or Good afternoon, several of these fuels we use have more damaging effects than others, when purchasing these products for household use there should be sufficient information concerning their benefit and disadvantages. We will explain the benefits and complications of ethanol in

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