would Demosthenes method of talking with pebbles in his mouth really improve his speech? why?
in order to improve his speech he would talk with pebbles in his mouth so he had to work harder to get the sound out... would this work and why or why wouldn't work? thanks so much for your help
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
It might work if you really did keep them in there while you spoke. The reason behind this is that when your mouth is full you have to enunciate more than normal. eventually you would get used to this and so when you took them out you would still be enunciating more which would lead to improved speech.
- BarbaraLv 45 years ago
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