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How to Make a Persuasive Presentation

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Do you care passionately about helping a certain charity or supporting a particular cause but think if more people got involved you could make an even bigger difference? How can you persuade your family, friends and other people in your community to help as well? Take a look at these ideas for making a persuasive presentation.
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