anonymous
  • anonymous
How do you end a persuasive speech?
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
With an exclamation point ("Carthago delenda est!") or a question mark ("Are you a man or a mouse?").
april115
  • april115
if you want you can end it with a conclusion or a thesis statement.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Your conclusion will very closely resemble your introduction, but it will be in the past tense.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
What type of persuasive speech are you writing? Do you have any additional details or requirements?
anonymous
  • anonymous
My personal preference for most persuasive speeches is to organize it around Monroe's Motivational Sequence. It provides a very effective framework for the whole speech including how to end it properly with a call to action. This site is a good resource for how to do it and it includes examples: http://www.sanjuan.edu/webpages/mikeberry/speech.cfm?subpage=66682
anonymous
  • anonymous
With a "call to action" basically telling the people to go and do whatever you were persuading them about.
anonymous
  • anonymous
with a conclution and this shows for every deital

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