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    #1

    When someone speaks clearly,

    When someone speaks clearly, they are easy to understand and they speak not too fast not too slow. We can also get what they are saying and could follow them and keep up with the pace they are speaking. They speak very clear. Like professors, lecturers who are very clear to understand and they are not ambiguous.

    What is this called in English? Is there any verb that can describe it?

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    #2

    Re: When someone speaks clearly,

    Quote Originally Posted by it-is-niaz View Post
    When someone speaks clearly, they are easy to understand and they speak not too fast not too slow. We can also get what they are saying and can follow them and keep up with the pace they are speaking. They speak very clearly. Like professors, lecturers who are very easy to understand, they are not ambiguous.

    What is this called in English? Is there any verb that can describe it?
    Perhaps:

    fluency
    Not a professional teacher

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    #3

    Re: When someone speaks clearly,

    Quote Originally Posted by it-is-niaz View Post
    Is there any verb that can describe it?
    The verb "enunciate" is one option.

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    #4

    Re: When someone speaks clearly,

    Or articulate, which has the advantage of being both a verb and an adjective (albeit with a pronunciation difference between them).
    I am not a teacher

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