Speech and Oral Communication 1. I hope to hope the hope you hope to hope. 2. I wish to wish the wish you wish to wish. 3. I dream to dream the dream you dream to dream. 4. They’re there till morning to steal the steel. 5. But still they failed to steal the steel. 6. He searches the riches and reaches his success. 7. The riches he searches make him reach his success. 8. She stares at the stairs the whole day through the hole in the hallway. 9. Beware of bewitched of the bewitchment that bewitches and bewilders beyond bewilderment. 10.
Seven hundred seventy-seven billion, seven hundred seventy-seven million, seven hundred seventy seven thousand and seventy-seven centavos. 11. Here, they hear the sound of music, here their hair, swayed by the fresh air, touched their ears. Lot of laughter’s followed here and there and everywhere. 12. The kid in the castle wishes to whistle a new whistle; a new whistle the kid in the castle wishes to wishes. 13. To rumble and grumble over life’s terrible trouble makes the look horrible and not horrible. 14. Advise him to take your advice to sit in his own seat. 15.
The Moor moron was marooned in Morocco land. 16. I’m thinking of something and that something I’m thinking is something I used to think when I’m thinking of something. 17. She sells seashells on the seashore. 18. I thought a thought. But the thought I thought I thought wasn’t the thought I thought. If the thought I thought I thought had been the thought I thought, I wouldn’t have thought so much! 19. Upon the midnight dreary, I pondered weak and weary. 20. What is life if, full of care, we have no time to stand and stare? 21 . Money spent on the brain is never spent in vain.