Here is a submission by TM Nancy from New York for the role of a Grammarian. Have a look.
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Why do you think is Grammar so important when speaking? It’s to make sure that your listener thinks the same as you intend while speaking. Improper grammar may convey the wrong message to your listener. This may cause them to either wonder what you meant or worse, divert on a different track altogether.
In Toastmasters therefore, we have a Grammarian in every meeting to help you avoid this. As the Grammarian today, my role is to appreciate the good use of words, phrases, idioms etc. but more importantly to note 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.
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Thank you so much TM Nancy for this wonderful submission.
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