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Understanding a TV interview

Do you admire any person?

Me, to many; I'm lucky, it's true.

Not all people are admirable, unfortunately; nor are admirable people admirable for everything.

But at Óscar Camps I admire him.

It is the director of Proactiva Open-armsan NGO that was formed after the refugee crisis, after he and part of his team went to the coast of Greece to jump into the sea to save the lives of refugees who came to Europe fleeing war, persecution or poverty. He created this organization to raise funds since the European Union did (and does) NOTHING to solve this problem.

Thanks to him, many people have been able to save their lives and not die in the Mediterranean Sea.on the European coasts. I will not tell you all the details, but I assure you that his story in the last 22 months is admirable.

 

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Live television interviews

I would like to recommend that you listen to an interview with Óscar Camps, but one that is special, for example:

  • Let it be live.

This makes it an interview in which:

  • Speak fast as they are time-bound.
  • Speaks in a more or less natural and spontaneous because he can't read anything, even though he probably knows what questions he's going to be asked.

Therefore, in this type of interview you are going to listen:

JOINS, OMISSIONS, REPHRASING, MUMBLING, DIFFERENT INTONATIONS, AND SPEED, LOTS OF SPEED. 😎

 

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