Q: The speech definitively "gave moral strength" to the civil rights movement とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Yes, your thought is correct.

The speech helped the movement with what is right and wrong, giving it moral strength.
Q: He went even further in his speech to the conference. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: @hellllllllo
”He went even further in his speech to the conference.”
It means that he either went further than he had intended (or wanted) or that he proceeded past a specific point.
Q: to polish speeches とはどういう意味ですか?
A: To rewrite speeches to try to make them better. It uses the act of polishing silver as a metaphor.
Q: To me, this is inescapably and obviously engaged political speech. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "engaged political" is referring to political engagement, so it modifies "speech". It describes the speech as involving political engagement.
Q: He had this really long speech, with the stage all dark except for one spotlight- and the that stuck somehow so it was shinning in the wrong side of stage. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Someone gave a long speech. There was only one light, a spotlight, which means it only lights up a small area, usually just one person, and it was lighting up the wrong part of the stage it seems.


Q: reported speech を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Xin chao tên tôi la this is how you say it in English
Q: "essential" in your daily speech を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: It is essential that you do this carefully.
This is the essential ingredient.
Concentration is essential to perform well during final exams.
Q: "thus"

do you use it in normal speech?? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: por lo tanto. pijo...mas para escribir. there weren't any, thus I left
Q: reported speech を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: 1.-I am going to go to play soccer -What did he say ?- He said that we was going to play socccer

2.- Erick has been playing soccer for 2 hours- What did Erick say? -He said he had been playing soccer for 2 hours

3.- I will play soccer after classes- What did he say ? -He said he would play soccer after classes

4.- I played soccer -What did he say?- He said that he had played soccer

5.- Can you help me ?- What did he tell you? -He asked me if i could help him

6.- Please open your books on page 29- What did the teacher say ? -The teacher told us to open our books on page 29

Son los mas comunes espero que te halla ayudado amigo, saludos :)


Q: The speech made me think about my future. と The speech made me thought about my future. はどう違いますか?
A: The first one is a correct statement.
The second one is grammatically incorrect.

Something made me “do” something. (Not “did”)
Q: make a speech と deliver a speech はどう違いますか?
A: @bulletproof_cupid: It depends on the context. At a wedding, you can make a speech by standing and speaking. At work/business, make a speech means to write a speech, and deliver means to speak, talk, present it.
Q: I was impressed by his speech. *by と I am impressed with your English. *with はどう違いますか?
A: I think that when you use "by" it means that you were impressed by the SPEECH itself,
whereas when you say "with" it would mean that you were impressed by HIM because of his speech.
In the active form you would have:
He impressed me with his speech (so the speech is the tool that he used to impress you)

Hope that is not too confusing :)
Q: speech と lecture はどう違いますか?
A: a speech can is a (more or less) formal talk somebody gives to an audience.
a lecture is the same except it has the intend to teach you something.

so when the hosts of a show or event begin by introducing people and making some jokes it's a speech.

but when a professor explains something it's a lecture.
Q: He made a speech. と He delivered a speech. はどう違いますか?
A: The meaning is the same, though the latter sounds more polite/proper


Q: He gave a speech (A at B in )his birthday party. Which is correct, A or B? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: A is correct. He gave a speech at his birthday party.
Q: I want to show indirect speech about the phrase "I don't want to drink" in past.
Should I change phrase to past or not?
I said that I don't want to drink.
I said that I didn't want to drink. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: i said that I didn't want to drink
Q: According to the reported speech rules we should use “had lost”. Why the tense hasn’t changed in this example? は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: We sometimes use the present perfect instead of the past perfect if reporting something that happened in the past but which is still true now.
Q: synonymous with because, important. i want to enrich my speech, because I use very often these words は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I've also noticed that I tend to use BECAUSE a lot in Russian. In English, one solution is to use the dash (—) instead: "Sorry, I can't go to the movies with you — I have homework." Another solution is to turn the sentence around and use SO: I have a lot of homework, SO I can't go to the movies with you. Both these options sound very natural in English speech and writing. IMPORTANT can be expressed as SIGNIFICANT: "Tomorrow is a very significant day for my sister and I have to be with her." If it's something that can really make a difference, you can use PIVOTAL: "Next week's exam is pivotal - I have to study all this week."
Q: how do you say this in reported speech! the first paragraph. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: He thought about how he could had done this? How had it gone so far so fast? He said he hadn't been sure but he had known, he had felt it deep down inside of himself that he should have done it and he had known that he would have regret it. He already had.


Q: Hello. I don't hear English speech sometimes in the Lana Del Rey's song "Blue Jeans". What about you?
Links (with time):
(1:18-1:40) https://youtu.be/JRWox-i6aAk?t=78
(3:04-3:25) https://youtu.be/JRWox-i6aAk?t=184
A: It's English, it's just a bit hard to understand. :)
Q: Through the speech, we can express our passion directly. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Ok. Since that is the case, I think it is better if you say, "Through a speech..." if you're trying to recommend others to write their own speeches to express themselves. "Through THE speech..." indicates that you are talking about or recommending a specific speech that is already written. There is a significant difference when you use "the" and "a".

For example:

I will buy a car.

I will buy the car.

The first one indicates a more general intent of acquiring a vehicle. In the second sentence the speaker has decided on a specific car already.
Q: I have written a speech, could you help me to amend it? Maybe here are lots of grammar mistakes in it ,or have some logical problems, hope you can give me some advice.thank you very much....and here are my article.Because of the limitations of words,I will separate it to some paragraph ...
here is my speech.
Good afternoon everyone! I am XX, from class 301,you also can call me Estelle.I am a sophomore now and my major is applied English. I always keep one thing in my mind that Attitude is altitude! So I'm very glad to stand here to give this speech.Actually,to this moment,I waited for a long time. The topic of my speech today is :"Traditional reading or digital reading".
A: Good afternoon, everyone! I am XX from class 301. You can also call me Estelle. I am a sophomore now, and my major is applied English. I always keep one thing in mind, which is that attitude is altitude! So I'm very glad to be able to stand here and give this speech. Actually, I have waited a long time for this moment. The topic of my speech today is "Traditional Reading or Digital Reading".

Here exists a debate on whether we should promote traditional reading or digital reading. Different people sing a different tune.
Those in favor of traditional reading think that traditional reading should be protected and inherited because it has a long history. In addition, traditional reading can focus our attention while digital reading tends to divert our attention from reading. When you are reading online, there are various temptations there to lure you towards other things. Only in traditional reading can you feel a true touch. When you read a book, you can take notes if necessary. Last but not least, traditional reading is more accurate nowadays. Digital reading is easy to be used, but it is currently faced with some problems. There are many mistakes within it, which will lead people astray.

Other people contradict that opinion. They hold onto the belief that people have the ability to choose the correct information that they need. Besides, digital reading is more convenient because you are able to read anywhere your heart desires. Moreover, digital reading can save an abundance of paper, which will benefit our environment!
As far as I'm concerned, we can neither choose the traditional reading nor have a preference towards digital reading. We should develop the strong points and avoid the weak ones in each respective option.

Q: how do you introduce yourself before speech
A: For a business presentation, I would normally say something like:

Good morning everyone, let's get started. For those I haven't met yet, I'm Kai Sunabe, CFO of Super Donut Technologies. For the next 15 minutes I'm going to walk through the main points that I think are most critical when deciding when to... etc.
Q: How often do you use in speech "it looks like if"? Could you give some common examples.
A: It's "it looks as if".

For example "it looks as if it might rain" or "it looks as if Bob won't be coming today."

I use it on occasion, though I couldn't say how often - it's normal enough that using it isn't noteworthy.