Do you Google a lot? Do you find yourself reaching out to your internet browser every time you come across a term you aren’t sure about? Most of us do. And TM Charlotte from New York definitely does. No wonder google was her source of inspiration for this script for the role of Ah Counter. Have a look.
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I Googled the phrase “filler word” and here’s what Google replied. I quote “a filler word is an apparently meaningless word, phrase or sound that marks a pause or hesitation in speech. Also known as a pause filler or hesitation form” – not the most positive sounding or reassuring type of words. It’s therefore reasonable to say that when speaking with a large number of people, we should avoid it for the sake of our credibility. That’s my job for the day – to help you keep a check on filler words such as ah, umm, like, you know, basically etc. in your speeches. I will keep a track of all such usages and come back with my report towards the end of the meeting.
Thank you so much TM Charlotte for this submission.
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