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    Hi!
    I'm currently doing my A2 English Language coursework, and for it, I have chosen 4 political speeches, from 2 men from different countries, and 2 women from different countries and I was wondering what my hypothesis should be for it?
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    Hi!
    I'm currently doing my A2 English Language coursework, and for it, I have chosen 4 political speeches, from 2 men from different countries, and 2 women from different countries and I was wondering what my hypothesis should be for it?
    Thanks
    You need to consider what you're actually analysing first. Since political speeches are blended communication, it's a bid harder to focus on a particular text.

    Do all these speeches have a common theme? Are they arguing to persuade, advice or argue or explain? Are there any gender and cultural differences in semantics, or lexis?

    They usually say written and blended are usually the hardest to analyse because it is not spontaneous enough. Political speeches are usually written by someone else anyway, so it also makes it hard to direct the speech and relate it personally back to the speaker.

    But the above questions are what you need to consider to be honest.
 
 
 
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