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After Dinner Speech
After dinner speech given in a night party after graduating from college
Ladies and gentlemen, it feels good to get to the end of a long journey. Before saying much, allow me to appreciate your attendance to our occasion this day. I feel humbled to note how you all up to come and witness the completion of my college degree. It is a great honor.
First, I would like to pass my sincere vote of thanks to all of you for making time for this event. I could not have celebrated if I did it alone. Secondly, let me propose a vote of thanks to the University for providing such an agreeable space for this occasion and lastly to my colleagues for accepting to organize and grace this occasion and being such excellent hosts. The college has given us the opportunity to meet our dreams through education. I am sure the best conditions for organizing such a great event in such an efficient manner would be a bit wanting too many of you. There are very superb lecture halls with carpeted floors and padded seats and various projection facilities just to name a few. I also would like to thank my lovely parents for playing a big role in my education life. I must admit they have stood by me all through.
Lastly, let me thank all contributors to this program, which has emerged to be one of exceptional interest, quality, and range. The only problem was that one had to make a valid ongoing choice between a number of lectures of equal potential interest and appeal. This is a sign of vitality in the Theoretical Mechanism, in this nation. This year’s program was bursting at the seams with very exciting new contributors and another spillover into a fourth parallel session of an inevitable, welcome, consequence of this vitality.
My course tutor was one of my favorite professors that I will live to remember. He always emphasized on noting important points from every number of items learnt. He taught me the skill of identifying important things and leaving the others. He always told us to employ the skills even in the real world. Whenever he brought a topic for discussion, they used diverse colors to emphasize where main points are. The objective here was to convince the audience that all the statements given are of critical importance. Use of multiple colors also showed the lapse of concentration on the main ideas. If one did not identify these points while answering questions, a student would end up being answerable and sometimes penalized.
I have to award the prize of my lecturer of the year who emerges to be our Philosophy teacher. His class was always the best and the most entertaining. He was transparent and taught with all vigor his soul could afford. He even sometimes used cartoons that left his students with smiling faces after the end of each presentation. The price is a refill of his exemplary teaching skills and his friendly nature to students.
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