speak clearly

See: enunciate
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Face the person so you can be lipread and speak clearly, u y sing plain language, normal lip movements and facial expressions.
We are also promoting the following top tips during Deaf Awareness Week: | Make sure you have the person's attention before you start speaking; | Places with good lighting (so that you can be lip-read) and little or no background noise are best for conversations; | Face the person so you can be lip-read and speak clearly, using plain language, normal lip movements and facial expressions; | Check whether the person understands what you are saying and, if not, try saying it in a different way; | Keep your voice down as it's uncomfortable for a hearing aid user if you shout and it looks aggressive, and | Learn finger-spelling or some basic British Sign Language (BSL).
Drug or surgical treatment of the underlying disease or structural defect may restore the ability to speak clearly.
Susan Nataly Coombes, a concert soprano who teaches elocution and public speaking in central London, said demand was also high among City bankers and other businessmen who need to speak clearly for meetings, presentations and video conferences.
According to organizers, the aim of the programme was to develop in students in their formative age the ability to speak clearly and correctly, especially in public and enable them to pronounce the words in a way that is considered to be socially acceptable.
His homilies, covering a broad range of time-specific topics, speak clearly to issues of any era.
I went to a lovely primary school (St Silas) where we were taught to speak properly and even in my senior school we were encouraged to speak clearly and communicate with our teachers and fellow pupils.
The films are designed to be comfortable and discreet, and unlike whitening trays or old-style "strips," patients are able to speak clearly, so Sheer White
Recognise the signs of a stroke using a simple test called FAST: SPEECH PROBLEMS - Can the person speak clearly and understand what you say?
Speak Clearly You're old enough to know, my son, It's really awfully rude If someone speaks when both his cheeks Are jammed and crammed with food.
Staff writer Laura Sanders recently talked with Niederriter about the conference and why scientists need to speak clearly to the public.
If you stand up to speak, you are more likely to speak clearly, look at the audience more and be less tempted to use notes