5000 word at 50 word per minute will take 5000/50 = 100 minutes or 1 hour 40 minutes.
No, they are two different parts of speech. But there are many words that are preopositions that can also stand alone as adverbs. Prepositional phrases can serve as adjectives or as adverbs, depending on the words that they refer to.
5.5 feet per minute.
2500 to 3500 words
about 1000 to 1200 words
Standard speech with no long pauses is about 150 - 170 per minute. So 20 minutes contain 3,000 to 3,400 words
Average is 2-3 words a second, so around 140 words.
It really depends on how fast you talk.
im in 7th grade and we just did a 3 min speech i did mine on Chile there is 465 words good luck with your speech
80-100 words per minute, so that would mean somewhere around 400-700 words depending on how fast you talk.
About 30-50, depending on how often you take a breath.
It depends on the speaking speed of the person delivering the speech. On average, a person speaking at a moderate pace can speak about 150-160 words in a minute. However, this can vary depending on various factors such as the complexity of the content and the presenter's speaking style.
A good rate to speak is about 150 two syllable words per minute (four syllable words count as two words). So a 4-5 minute speech should be around 600-700 words or about two typed pages. If you using slides or power point then about 400 words will be enough. The more you prepare the better you will be. If you nervous you will tend to speak faster so remember to speak clearly and not too fast.
In a 3 minute speech, there should be a minimum of 380 (if you speak slower) or maximum of 460 (if you speak a bit faster). Anything slower will become boring for the listeners and anything faster will be unclear and make you seem nervous. Same thing for 2 minutes. For a 2 minute speech, about 290-340 words will be fine. That should be about right because I have timed it myself saying it. Good luck!