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Impromptu / Extempore  speeches

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Around 67 Impromptu / Extempore speeches had been written by me some more than 15 years back for a particular project. Those speeches are going to be used here. My aim is to create a reading version of them one by one.

Please note that the general focus would be on the pristine English of yesteryear England. The spellings and the usages are expected to be from that Englander-English, which is in current-day times mentioned erroneously as English (UK).


1. What would you rather be - wise or intelligent?

2. True wisdom comes from experience.

3. Threat is more powerful than execution.

4. Women are more intelligent than men.

5. Everyone smiles in the same language.

6. Real wealth is never measured in money or possessions.

7. The Egg or the Chicken! Which came first?

8. Fools rush in where angels fear to tread

9. If I were to rule the world!

10. If I were the President!

11. If aliens visit planet earth, what would they think?

12. The bad news is time flies; the good news is you are the pilot!

13. To err is human, to forgive divine!

14. The media controls how and what we think!

15. Space colonisation.

16. About English!

17. The world is a smaller place these days.

18. The more we communicate, the less we really say.

19. Promises are meant to be broken.

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