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 We are finally in module 4.  Yaaaaaay!!! I'm excited because this module is a prelude to module 5 where we get to lean about actual presentation.  Remember what I said in Module 3 Lesson 5; Let me remind you below; In public speaking,   what you say is as important as how you say it and what you do while saying it. What you say is the content of your speech How you say it, is the delivery/presentation of your speech What you do while speaking, is the personality of your speech We can't jump into presentation if you didn't take a minute or more to brush up on accent, pronunciation and intonation. These three musketeers are the juice of spoken words. I hope you make the commitment to use all the resources made available to you in this module. Let's proceed  Accent The way in which people in a particular area, country or social group pronounce words in called accent(Oxford Dictionary). If you are a non-native speaker, you may want to accept that your accent is a proud sym