Rhetorical analysis of language
The two speakers take turns when delivering the speech by each expounding on different parts. They do so to negate chances of boredom and misjudgment by the audience. Moreover, they make the story more engaging through the use of verbal and non-verbal communication skills such as eye contact, body language, rhetoric questions, dramatization, “hand gestures” (08:35), and tone variation. They maintain eye contact intentionally to earn audience confidence, rhetoric questions to keep their attention and the use of hand and tone variation to pursue audience to their way of thinking. These exercised skills enable them to make the message effective to the audience. Instead, they engage the audience in the talk to get their full attention, thus making point home within the shortest time.
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