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President Barack Obama 2009 Inauguration and Address

I chose to examine the speech by current US President Barack Obama. This speech was during his inauguration at the beginning of 2009. I chose to use this speech because it examines the speech by a man who attracts the attention of my generation. It’s easy for us to relate at this time in our lives and it shows in his popularity with the younger generation. For the most part of the speech, it was engaging to the audience. It was engaging because he kept the audience’s attention from the minute he was inaugurated at the beginning and passionately delivered a speech with many positive connotations. These positive sentences and phrases received applauses and praises and set the mood for the entire speech. In terms of visual aids, President Obama was wearing a suit, which fit the situation at hand. It was held outside, to make the event more interactive and appealing. It was sunny day, which also played a significant role in the situation. Also, President Obama was using his hands in an effective manner, by creating gestures to enhance what he was saying. This helps the audience understand what the message is and ultimately it boosts the performance. Ultimately, the speech was delivered without flaws and in accordance with the situation; new president is selected and a whole new beginning started for the USA. A positive speech delivered with a positive…...

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