The main purpose of the speech is to explain necessity of democratic development of Yugoslavia. His speech is rather persuasive: in the beginning of his speech Clinton includes general introductory appeal to the auditory to show the current political situation in Eastern Europe, and then he goes deep into details. The citation from Franklin Roosevelt as a great political authority gives more persuasiveness to the speech. Clinton demonstrates reach vocabulary appropriate the style and purpose of the speech; the main grammar features of the speech are abundance of past and present simple tense, a small amount of complicated grammar phrases - these features as usual provide persuasiveness of Clinton's speeches and positively impress listeners. In his speech he underlines the most important phrases by his tone.
The second speech for the analysis is Bill Clinton's First Inaugural Address on January 20, 1993. The purpose of the speech is appeal to Americans for renewal and readiness to the new era of democracy. ...Show more