He also spoke clearly and loud enough to where everyone could hear him. Personally I thought he talked faster than the normal speaking rate, but it did not affect his speech to a great extent. He did use correct pronunciation but sometimes he did get tongue tied, but was able to pronounce the word correctly. Alex’s articulation was adequate, as he was able to explain everything very well. The beginning and ending sounds of his words was easily understood. There were no articulation errors that I noticed throughout his speech. I did notice some dialect that possibly he was using to relate to the younger college generation. The dialect was not so pronounced that it made the understanding difficult. Even with using some of the dialect it did not affect the speech. Alex did have good fluency and his delivery would be characterized as smooth and not choppy.
His speech was conversational and impromptu which helped his delivery. By making it conversational, it helped the listeners get all the questions answered. Alex had an effective delivery in communicating the message about the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship for studying abroad. He had very good vocal and physical delivery aspects of his