Essay On Winning A Prize

If you are giving a speech at a banquet in which you are being recognized for your essay you will want to thank everyone (or the judges) for choosing your essay, mention when you heard of the essay contest what convinced you to participate, mention what encouraged you to write the paper you did and in any of these mention those who had an influence on your decision.

Keep it simple... that will make it easier to remember what you are going to say. You can make cue cards to assist you if necessary. On the cue cards just put key words that help you remember in the order of what you want to say. Finish up by thanking everyone again for the honor of the award ...or whatever you feel is appropriate.

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May 1, 20173 found this helpful

explain haw you plan to use the money to improve your life

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June 22, 20172 found this helpful

Write a speech in which you thank the organizers and explain how you to use the money to improve you life

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August 9, 20170 found this helpful

You have won prize money in a competition

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Absolutely - thank everyone for winning the prize. Be certain to include your personal support people. Now - if you can win a writing contest I'm betting you can write an acceptance speech. Is the public speaking the problem? Practice and rehearse in front of a mirror until you feel comfortable with your words.


All the best.

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You have won prize money in a competition

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Anonymous

March 26, 20173 found this helpful

Speech about winning a prize money in a competition

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Anonymous

March 29, 20171 found this helpful

I won prize money in a competition

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Anonymous

May 31, 20171 found this helpful

how could i say if i want to thnk the organisers and explain how to plan to use the money to improve my life?

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you have won prize money in a competition so write a speech in which you thank the organisers and explain how you plan to use the money to improve your life.

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you have won prize money in a competition,so I want you to write a speech in which you thank the organisers and explain how you plan to use the money to improve your life.

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Anonymous

November 16, 20170 found this helpful

How to tell a friend about me winning a competition

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    Contemplate the topic of the contest. If includes a certain prompt, such as a question(s) you need to answer, then consider how it's affected you in your life. For example - if the prompt is to write about a good deed that has changed you, flip through old photo albums, scrapbooks, and anything related to your past that could help you think of a good deed you once did that impacted your life. Avoid cliches and try to come up with something that's unique to you and doesn't apply to many people. Also, avoid controversial topics that may affect how judges view your essay.

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    Expand your vocabulary. When writing an essay that isn't fact-based, incorporating words to entail things from your life is key. Judges, published authors, and anyone very involved in the writing field will most likely pay more attention to entries that display that the author has a very broad vocabulary.

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    Write your essay. Remember to use the majority of your detail on the most significant aspects of your essay. Don't describe a barely-relevant character in heavy detail, for example. If you're just mentioning them to help the reader understand something, then the reader won't care about anything else about the character. However, let's say you're writing an essay on a bullying experience. Describing the bully in heavy detail will help the reader visualize the bully much better for the remainder of the essay.

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    Make sure you're using the right tone. You want your voice to come through in the essay without sacrificing professionalism, which can be difficult. Watch out for slang words and casual expressions, as well as common cliches (as mentioned above).

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    Proofread, proofread, proofread! There's nothing more that judges hate than flawed grammar. Writing your heart out means nothing if you don't know how to structure a sentence properly or don't know grammatical rules. Many people prefer having others read their essay for them so a second set of eyes can point out mistakes that the author accidentally breezed by.

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    Submit your essay. If you've truly written to the best of your ability, take pride in the effort you put into it and hope for the best!

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