Oration “We speak not only to tell other people what we think, but to tell ourselves what we think. Speech is a part of thought.” ― Oliver Sacks

The word “oration” comes from the Latin word “oratio” for “speech” and “orare” for “to plead, speak, or pray.” It is a speech that is usually elaborate and dignified. The word “oratory” refers to the art of public speaking. An “orator” is a public speaker.

What is oration?

Oration is a formal speech given on a ceremonial occasion.

How do Orators Speak to their Audience?

How do you create an oratory?

Check out "Original Oratory" or "Excelling at Original Oratory" at the bottom of the page.
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