Kraków Public Speaking Club #195 – Ghost Stories

Meeting Summary #195 – Ghost Stories

Hi Leaders and Public Speakers,

Here’s the summary of this week’s amazing meeting at Krakow’s public library WBP w Krakowie. We had a full house, with 1 prepared speech and a very original and thematic meeting :)

The word of the day was “aghast“, which means filled with horror or shock.

Ewelina was the Toastmaster of our meeting and after the introduction called our TTM on stage, Leidy, who presented the warm-up question: “Do you believe in ghosts?”. Everyone was able to answer the question and introduce themselves in 30 seconds.

Then we started the prepared speeches section with the only prepared speaker – Gábor – taking the stage. Gábor‘s speech was called “My Biggest Fear”, a very personal speech about fears and how to overcome them. The speech was evaluated by Przemysław.  The speech was Gábor’s Project #3 – Get to the Point.

The Table Topic Session followed, with 5 brave contestants taking part in it, and Leidy leading the session. Each participant had to answer random questions (between 1 to 2 minutes) related to ghosts and mistical time of Halloween. The winner of this Table Topic Session was Gábor.

Finally, Ricardo presented the timer report, Gosia gave us grammar suggestions, Wojtek informed us of all the unnecessary sounds we made during the last hour and Marlena evaluated the whole meeting.

You can find the pictures of the meeting below and some videos will soon be available in our Facebook page:, so please make sure you Like it :)


Next week’s meeting is already under planning and we have already 2 speeches confirmed!

We are needing Speech Evaluators and more leaders to fill in the leadership roles. You can check all the roles available for next meeting here. Please sign-up early, so you have a chance to complete your CL projects!

And as always, see you next week!
Krakow English Public Speaking Club

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