For most of you the answer is probably never.
I suggest that as professional communicators, you pay close attention to how you sound when you speak. Nothing speaks more clearly about your background, education and professional status than your articulation.
Here is an exercise you can do with a tape recorder or even your own voicemail.
Recite a few sentences, and place a comma between each word. Example . . .
“If, I, place, an, invisible, comma, after, each, word, and, an, invisible, semicolon; after, some; words, my, speech, has, presence.”
This exercise forces you to make each word stand on its own and that‘s the secret of many professional broadcasters and speakers.
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