Which speech should you listen to?

The Obama administration on Monday released a chart outlining the speeches that should be made as a wedding speech. 

The chart, titled The Presidential Address Speech Development Chart, lays out the words and phrases that should go into a speech and their intended audience.

The words of the speech should be used with caution and respect, said a statement from the White House.

“As a general rule, a speech should have no more than a few lines of exposition, as well as appropriate personal anecdotes, personal thoughts, and a general sense of purpose,” the statement said. 

Read morePresident Barack Obama speaks during a State of the Union address to the nation in 2009.

Obama’s speech at the White Houses residence in 2009 was criticized for not taking time to build bridges with minority groups and other groups, and for its focus on race.

The Obama administration also released a report in June of 2015, which found that of the nearly 100,000 speeches the U.S. made between 1961 and 2015, less than 1% included a personal apology.

The next-to-last sentence in the speech that is not a personal or apology, the report said, is “to the people who have made such terrible mistakes.”

Read moreWhat are some of the most important speech words for a wedding? 

In the chart, the first five words are the most common for a speech, followed by a short speech and then an extended speech.

The last three words are usually the last words of a speech.

The speech should not be written down or repeated, the statement from President Obama’s office said.

“The President would like to emphasize that the President does not intend for the words spoken by him to be used as a substitute for actual expressions of sincere emotion or compassion for the people he is addressing,” the president’s statement said, adding that the speech may be used for political purposes, if it is presented with proper context. 

What are the best wedding speeches for a president? 

Some of the best speeches for the presidency have been written for different generations. 

In 2011, President George W. Bush delivered his first wedding speech, according to his White House bio. 

“We were all here, and I was very proud of the fact that my wife was married in the White Senate,” Bush said at the time.

“I’m very proud that this is what America has become.

It’s just not what we had before.

And so, I would like all of you to be a part of that.” 

Read about the history of weddings in a speech from the future President Barack Obama.

The second-most-common speech in the presidential speech chart, in 2016, was written by President Joe Biden. 

Biden’s speech included a long digression and some personal anecdotes.

The speech was delivered at the State of America’s Future in New Hampshire on Jan. 5, 2016, just days after his inauguration.

In his speech, Biden mentioned that he was a member of the armed services for seven years, and that he has a doctorate in business.

Biden said that he grew up in a “country that had a lot of guns and a lot that didn’t,” and said that the country’s “culture of guns is alive and well.” 

“When I think of the country I grew up with, my dad’s generation was the last generation in the history to come to terms with a gun,” Biden said.