What is the difference between discuss and debate?
A debate (from French débattre “to strike down”) is a dispute that, in contrast to a discussion, follows formal rules and generally serves to prepare the content of a vote. The subject of a debate can be a factual or a personnel issue.
How do you have a debate?
A debate consists of three parts: In the opening round, each participant answers the issue from his point of view in two minutes. In the final round, each participant has another minute to answer the issue a second time: this time in the light of all the arguments they have heard.
How do I write an opening speech?
Initially, only the most important guests should be greeted in the opening speech. Also, briefly introduce yourself so that the guests can better understand exactly why you are speaking to the audience (if you are known to the whole audience, avoid it).
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