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already mentioned my physics teacher, who says ‘err’ 25 times in 5 minutes.

When he says it, it is really annoying. It looks like he just doesn’t know what he wants to say, all the time. But you also may use ‘err’ in a good way.
When you are speeching, in front of a ‘bigger’ audience (more than 10 human beings) you actually can use the word.
The only golden rule is don’t use it too much.
But how should you use it?

When you come with something big, if you want to say a really important thing, the ‘err’ can be really powerfull. It should go something like this: “How should I say this, err, when you …”
And you have to look above the audience, with the obama-wayoflooking, to a brighter future, to a fantastic oppertunity you seem to see.
It will make you look philosophic. It looks like you are choosing your words wisely. So the audience will find you wise, cause what you want to tell, you want to tell good.
An other way to use the word ‘err’ is to speak very fast after you said it. So the silence between the word ‘err’ and the following word must be like nothing. “So if you use plan A to acco
mplice, you have to err-do this and this.”
You show a little bit weakness, and that makes you actually charming.
So, you can use the, in common bad, ‘err’ correctly, you can use it in your advantage.
Do you have any tips, to turn the bad word ‘err’ in a good thing? I would like to hear!

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