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A confident presentation of one's body and energy to communicate movement and. meaning clearly to an audience. Repetition. Duplication of a movement or movements phrases within dancechoreography.
A confident presentation of one's body and energy to vividly communicate movement and meaning to an audience; performance quality.
They are called "PA" speakers. PA meaning "Public Address" is a large loudspeaker design to deliver sound to a large group of audience. You'll often see these large speakers at clubs, concerts, and cinemas. There are two types of PA speakers. "Passive" and "Active" speakers. The passive speakers doesn't have a built-in amplifier. These speakers will require the use of a power source called an "Amplifier" to power these speakers. The active speakers have a built-in amplifier and doesn't require the use of an amplifier.
To FACE an audience? LIVE?
what is the meaning of style
It means you talk to other people, communicate with them, by using words.
the root word is audiens which literally means "the one hearing". So the audience is those who are listening.
An antonym would be: performer.
"Cleric" is a word meaning a place held to communicate with spirits.
Not clearly expressed or easily understood
That means that you rarely have a misunderstanding with others, and you are easy to talk to. You are probably a very good listener, and when you talk, you speak clearly and to the point. You may show a lot of your emotions in your eyes, as well.
An anacronym is an acronym for which the original meaning is not known to most speakers.
Clearly expressed, developed or formulated. Outspoken.
it is clearly for now unknown
participation by both producers and audience
Nobody. It is not an invention. It is an agreement that speakers of a language have about the meaning of a word.
Transparent is when you can clearly see through an object
Elocution is the art of reading and speaking clearly to the public.
Blow your speakers up scream it out loud Blow your speakers up let in with the crowd Blow your speakers up party all night Blow your speakers up get in with the crowd Were gonna party till we drop rap
This is called irony.
*Language or diction