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    Speak standing or sitting.

    "When you speak standing you are more louder than when you speak sitting."

    Please check.

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    Re: Speak standing or sitting.

    "More louder" is redundant. You are louder.

    Repeating "speak" is a bit redundant, too. And it's probably best to include a "while" clause.

    "When you speak while you are standing you are louder than when you are sitting."

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