All politicians use several methods in their speeches

All politicians use several methods in their speeches, which are easy to recognize. For example, repetition. The identification of this method is the simplest from all the other methods. The speaker uses parallel constructions using repetitions of the same phrases or words trying to make a desired influence on the listener. This method is also found in songs and poetry. Therefore repetition, like rhyme, has the effect of memorizing – the more something is repeated, the better it is remembered. As a rule, repetition is used not only in one sentence, but throughout the speech – by this the speaker is underlining the most important part of the speech.