At the beginning of Section Two, I emphasised that the examples in that section were purely hypothetical. In contrast, the examples in this section are genuine transcripts of actual readings I have given for television, and of the client's subsequent reactions.
Real conversational speech is neither as simple nor as tidy as fictional dialogue. In real life, people leave their thoughts incomplete, repeat themselves, mumble, mutter, and offer disjointed phrases. For all these reasons, a literal transcript can be difficult to read. Please bear this in mind.
I have made the transcripts as accurate and complete as I can. Some very minor edits have been made only where the original words, or fragments of words, would be impenetrably confusing. However, I have not cheated or made any misleading edits. I have neither omitted the 'misses', nor made the 'hits' look better than they really were.
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