What makes or breaks a presentation in English?

What makes or breaks a presentation in English more than anything?

Listen and let me know: Option 1 or Option 2.

The answer is, of course, using your voice.

I’m sure you could identify WHICH option you prefer, but do you know HOW to achieve this?

Intonation (the rise and fall in the pitch of your voice) is one technique to make your presentation interesting and easy to understand.

But why is this so challenging?

Firstly, because of your mother tongue interference.

For example, because Spanish has little variation in intonation, if you transfer this intonation when giving a presentation in English, it sounds ‘flat’ and ‘boring’ for native English speakers.

English, on the other hand, is a language where pitch is essential and varies widely.

Secondly, because, despite its obvious importance, intonation, if taught at all, is the last element included in the classroom!

So, what’s the solution?

It’s easier than it sounds and has worked for hundreds of my clients!

It’s a simple method where I train you how to use intonation, pauses and word stress to transform your presentation!

Interested in being clear and efficient and giving presentations with confidence?

Take your presentations to the next level with me!

➡️ Check out the Presentations Workshop on my website or contact me and I’ll send you information. 

I look forward to hearing from you!

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