Sentences with Speech, Sentences about Speech in English

Sentences with Speech, Sentences about Speech in English

1. How did your speech go?

2. You’ve written a great speech.

3. Our principal made a long speech.

4. Here’s a brief outline of my speech.

5. The people expected a victory speech.

6. Speech is silver but silence is gold.

7. The speech deeply affected the audience.

8. Freedom of speech was tightly restricted.

9. I am sure of his winning the speech contest.

10. I have often regretted my speech, never my silence.

11. Silence is deep as Eternity, Speech is shallow as Time.

12. Silence is deep as Eternity; Speech is shallow as Time.

13. Her speech is very clear. Don’t try to read anything else into it.

14. She got the support of everyone in the class with her last speech.

15. Silence at the proper season is wisdom, and better than any speech.

16. The superior man is modest in his speech, but exceeds in his actions.

17. In the United States, the First Amendment protects freedom of speech.

18. Speak when you are angry – and you’ll make the best speech you’ll ever regret.

19. Brevity is the best recommendation of speech, whether in a senator or an orator.

20. Speak when you are angry and you will make the best speech you will ever regret.

21. Speak when you are angry, and you will make the best speech you will ever regret.

22. Speech is human nature itself, with none of the artificiality of written language.

23. A kiss is a lovely trick designed by nature to stop speech when words become superfluous.

24. John Kennedy, the popular US president, was known for his eloquent and inspirational speeches.

25. People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought which they seldom use.

26. I love her attitude, but as much as I’d like to bring my medals to a speech or appearance, I never do.

27. Without freedom of thought, there can be no such thing as wisdom – and no such thing as public liberty without freedom of speech.

28. In phonology, assimilation is a common term for the practice by which a speech sound becomes equal or equivalent to an adjacent sound.

29. Every article I wrote in those days, every speech I made, is full of pleading for the recognition of lead poisoning as a real and serious medical problem.

30. Your patience would fail you if I should continue to relate all the disrespectful speeches and treatment which your servants have been obliged to listen to and patiently to bear.

31. He consigned the doctor and all his works, severally and comprehensively described, to hell, and finished up his epic speech by a pungent and Rabelaisian criticism of the whole race of leeches.

32. In ‘The King’s Speech,’ patriotism is utterly contained within a historical moment, the third of September, 1939, where the aggressor is clear, the fight is clear, it hasn’t become complicated over time.

33. It’s good that the first half of the speech emphasized freedom, because George W. Bush has been the global champion for freedom. As he said, if we don’t fight tyranny it will not leave us alone in peace.

34. Translation is the paradigm, the exemplar of all writing. It is translation that demonstrates most vividly the yearning for transformation that underlies every act involving speech, that supremely human gift.

35. Blanche talks about aging, and why should she be considered poor, because physical beauty is transitory and fading and she has such richness of the soul. I think that speech is so beautiful, and so telling and so true.

36. The death of anti-gay hate speech is no doubt being hastened by the head-spinning speed with which gays as a group – to say nothing of gay marriage – are becoming an unremarkable and even quite traditional parts of American life.

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