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    Exclamation another introduction, not ladies and gentlemen

    hello teachers i need your help i have to right a speech but ! i want to start it with another introduction and not ladies and gentelmen let's make the point ...... please if any body has an idea about that pleaase tell me i need it for tomorrow / the speech is about age limits but i just find voting or getting a driving lisence or army (for boys) so please another ideas please please !!!!!!!
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    Re: another introduction, not ladies and gentlemen

    Quote Originally Posted by Rymo View Post
    Hello teachers.

    I need your help​. I have to right write a speech but I want to start it with another introduction and not "Ladies and gentlemen".

    let's make the point ...... I don't know what this means.
    please If anybody has any ideas about that, please tell me. I need it for tomorrow. The speech is about age limits but I have just find found topics about voting or getting a driving license or for boys joining the army (for boys) so please give me some another other ideas. please please !!!!!!!
    Welcome to the forum.

    1. See my corrections above. You need to follow the rules of written English (for example, always capitalise the word "I").
    2. Use full standard English words on the forum. "Pllleeeeeaaase" and "heeeelllllp" don't exist.
    3. Use one punctuation mark at the end of a sentence.
    4. Thread titles should include some/all of the words you are querying.

    Most importantly, as stated in the Forum Rules, we don't help with homework or assignments. You need to do this on your own. Good luck.

    Thread closed.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: another introduction, not ladies and gentlemen

    How about people if you don't want to use ladies and gentlemen?

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