Grammarian · Guest Contributions

A Grammarian script that generates strong visuals

There is something unique about this script for the role of Grammarian by TM Rohit from Kolkata. TM Rohit has somehow managed to evoke strong visuals in our mind just by the way the script has been phrased. Do you feel the same as well? Do let us know.

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Role of Grammarian
Role of Grammarian

Bad grammar is a lot like bad smell. If a person emitted bad smell from his body, that’s the first thing anybody standing next to him would notice. Similarly, if a person spoke in bad grammar, that’s the first thing anybody listening to him would notice. And as they say first impression is the last impression. As a public speaker, you might want to avoid that.

We here in Toastmasters help our members achieve just that. Every session has a Grammarian whose role is to appreciate the good usage of language but more importantly bring to notice any incorrect usage of language or pronunciation. This helps our members to improve the impression they create on their listeners minds.

As the Grammarian it is also my duty to help you enrich your vocabulary by giving you a word of the day. It’s “Acme”

It’s a noun and it means “the point at which something is at its best or most highly developed”

An example of a sentence using the word is

“Michael Jackson’s dancing talent brought him to the acme of his fame.”

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

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Thank you so much TM Rohit for this submission.

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