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What is the biggest no-no when giving a speech? Talking down to your listeners. 'Never patronise your audience. To be condescending is unforgivable,'' says public speaking expert Amy Lai Tan.
While everyone would welcome a scholarship, many students are not keen to be bonded. Charles Low Khai Yen, however, is an exception. To fulfil the requirements of his scholarship, the 21-year-old works as a tutor and lab technician at Inti College Malaysia and will continue to do so for the next three years.
Last year, over 90% of Inti College102 alumni who graduated withdegrees in engineering from theuniversities of Birmingham,Bradford, Hertfordshire and Leeds,achieved either first or second classhonours.
JFK Kennedy once said he 'mobilised the English language and sent it into battle'. Others said he 'won the Second World War by talking about it'. Yet, Winston Churchill said he had to work hard at words, and often practised the art of speaking in front of a mirror.
THE unexpected loss reported by Inti Universal Holdings Bhd in the fourth quarter of last year was just a slip. The group will soon regain its stride, analysts said.
IF MORE people speak good English, there would be less confusion and miscommunication, says chairman of the English-Speaking Union of Malaysia (Esum) Tunku Dara Tunku Tan Sri Naquiah Tuanku Jaafar.