Examples of public speaking in a Sentence
He has a fear of public speaking.
She has a gift for public speaking.
a book on public speaking
Recent Examples of public speaking from the Web
In an unrelated item, several members of the public spoke against a recent proposal to create a connection from Hanson Lane to Warnock Drive via Keyser Road, Equestrian Trail and/or Royal Vista.
Two members of the public spoke in favor of McKenzie’s request, and none spoke in opposition.
Although most people list public speaking before large groups as one of their fears, the people in one local club see it as an opportunity.
No one from the public spoke against the Edison OP plan Monday.
No one from the public spoke for or against the measure during the committee's meeting.
Several members of the public spoke about the housing element, including traffic concerns and opposition to adding L7, a parcel of land near Quail Gardens Lane, to the available plots for affordable housing.
Also encouraging is the fact that Shapira calls public speaking a skill, not a talent.
But a request for an ethics opinion never happened and no one from the city or the public spoke on the legal fees during a meeting Monday.
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PUBLIC SPEAKING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of public speaking for English Language Learners
: the act or skill of speaking to a usually large group of people
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