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English as a second language

Pitfalls of the unwary

What you need to consider when you really want to get your message across.

I often present to audiences with English as their second language, and a recent discussion with a client about to do the same reminded me of the pitfalls for the unwary. So, some tips:

Presenting to non-first language speakers can really be an enjoyable and fulfilling experience. Enjoy it!

Lee Featherby presenting in China
Lee Featherby presenting in China

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