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Thank you for visiting OurSpeeches.com, an on-line resource website to help students prepare for the Public Speaking Competitions and encourage them to do their best.
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Who is the Golden Globe award winning Canadian American actor and comedian? Who wore tap shoes to bed just to cheer up his parents? My name is Ace Ventura Pet detective.
Close your eyes and imagine that you are at the most beautiful fur store in the world and you are waiting in line to buy this beautiful fur jacket. You are waiting to go to the next available employee and you turn to the right and you find that there is a box on a rack and it is full with books on fur. You decided to pick one up and start to read it. It stars that chapter by saying: “What is the fur trade?”
She is a smart author who has written over 300 poems and 23 stories. Hello fellow classmates and teachers.
Great Zeus! Hera! Hermes, The Minator! Do you recognize these names! They are Greek Gods and myths, their names have been around for thousands of years. They and many more are what make up the stories and legends of Greek Mythology.
What would you think if a black cat crossed your path on your way to your soccer game? Or if you accidentally dropped your mirror and it shattered into a million pieces? I know what most of you would be thinking- I’m doomed!! That is because black cats and breaking a mirror are two very famous superstitions. “What are superstitions?” many of you may ask, “and how did they originate?” Well, today you are going to find out. Good evening judges, parents and students. How many of you ever heard that it is bad luck to spill salt or that it is good luck to say “Bless You” to a person after they have sneezed? I’m sure many of you have heard those superstitions, but did you ever wonder who made them up?
Do you want to be a winner during public speaking competitions?
Check our winners' speeches from the top speakers in each class, school and/or region during the Halton Catholic District School Board Annual Public Speaking competitions to achieve your next goal.