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    How to conduct a swearing-in?

    As an MC, what should I say at the beginning and at the end of a swearing-in ceremony? Thank you for your advice.


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    Re: How to conduct a swearing-in?

    I've never been to one, but at the start I would expect you greet those who are attending, and at the end I would expect you to thank them for their time and commitment.

    What is this ceremony for?

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    Re: How to conduct a swearing-in?

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    I've never been to one, but at the start I would expect you greet those who are attending, and at the end I would expect you to thank them for their time and commitment.

    What is this ceremony for?
    It's an oath-taking of office ceremony of an assoiation.


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    Re: How to conduct a swearing-in?

    Can you ask a previous MC?

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    Re: How to conduct a swearing-in?

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    Can you ask a previous MC?
    Thanks, Anglika. I have found some intro by emcees here .

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