Grammarian · Guest Contributions

A Grammarian script with a beautiful definition of language

Over the last few weeks, we have been receiving second and third submissions from our initial contributors. This is the definite proof of the formation of a community that is inclusive and genuinely interested.

This submission is one such example. It has been contributed by TM Ava from New York who sent us our last script for the role of Grammarian as well. Read her latest submission below.

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Language has been beautifully defined as the infinite use of the finite means. Since there are infinite combinations, occasionally while speaking, we make use of the finite words in the wrong syntax. This leads to what is known as grammatical errors. To keep a check on these, every meeting in Toastmasters has a Grammarian.

As the Grammarian today, my role is to appreciate the good use of words, phrases, idioms etc. but more importantly to note these grammatical errors and present them in my report so that we may correct them in our future speeches.

I am also supposed to give you the word of the day. It’s “indelible”

It’s an adjective that means “not able to be forgotten”

An example of the word’s use is –

“Your ice breaker had an indelible impression on me.”

I hope everyone uses this word to the maximum. I will be back with my report towards the end of the meeting. Thank You.

RELATED: How to present the Grammarian’s report?

Thank you so much TM Ava for this wonderful submission.

We here at mymeetingroles.com are creating a pool of scripts and introductions that can serve as an inspiration to anyone in need. If you have an idea for any role in Toastmasters, do let us know here or email us at hello@mymeetingroles.com.

For more script ideas to introduce yourself as the Grammarian, click here.

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