15: Real Talking Tips - If You Know It, Point to the Noun!

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Let’s get to the point about Nouns! There are: Common Nouns – Generic terms for people, places, things or ideas. Proper Nouns – A specific person, place, or thing where the first letter of the word is usually capitalized. Collective Nouns – Group or Team of people, animals, or things. Personal Pronouns – I, me, we, us, he, him, she, her, it, they, them, us, you .

Why are nouns important in voice-overs, writing, and speech communication? What makes nouns unique is that they have a location. Typically, the location is stationary… but if that noun has movement, like a car or airplane, it may need a corresponding movement to correspond to the location.

In Episode 13, we talked about Storytelling and how using the body and imagination creates a 3-D world. In Episode 14, we gave Verbs active and subtle gestures and movements. Now it’s time to point out where people, places, things, creatures, and critters are located.

What makes nouns unique is that they have a location. Typically, the location is stationary… but if that noun has movement, like a car or airplane, it may need a corresponding movement to correspond to the location.

Join me, Elaine A. Clark, on how to speak so people will listen and this "noun" speech communication journey. And don't forget to download, subscribe and share each new RealTalkingTips episode. For the blog notes, practice scripts and info, go to RealTalkingTips.com.

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