Is public speaking an important skill?
Do you often perform in public?
Do you often train your speech apparatus?
Have you taken courses in rhetoric?
Do you take care of your appearance?
Are you afraid of being on camera?
Do you speak clearly and understandably?
Are you afraid of public speaking?
Are you good at overcoming your fear of public speaking?
Is eye contact with listeners important?
Do you prepare a speech plan in advance?
You have experience preparing meanings and presentations for speeches?
Do you often use the word parasites in your speech?
Do you watch your gestures while performing?
Is it important to place accents in your speech?
Can accents be placed only with the help of speech?
Does a good speaker never get nervous before speaking?
Is a good speaker required to know the text by heart?
Do you often watch other speakers speak to learn from their experience?
Do you often review your performances to see where there are shortcomings?
Appearance is not important in online performances?
Do you know how to take the correct position on stage or in the audience?
Are you easily confused by an uncomfortable question?
If there are more opportunities to peep information at an online speech, can you prepare less carefully for such speeches?
Do you have a sense of proportion? Do you always understand when the viewer gets tired?
Do you know how to adapt to the mood of the audience?
Do you have experience with giving a speech online?
Do you easily cope with stress if something went wrong during a speech (the webinar did not start, the light went out, the microphone broke)?
Does it bother you that you don’t see the audience at online performances?
Can you laugh it off at the right time?
Do you often improvise?
Are you trying to expand your vocabulary?
How long can you perform without a break?
Do you know how to move around the stage correctly?
Have you often participated in school productions?
Do you have an aptitude for public speaking?