To create characterization in oral interpretation one must use their voice, eyes, gestures, posture, and face. It is very difficult to create characterization in oral interpretation because you just suggest characters, there is not explicit telling that each character is a character. You can give each character a different voice to help characterize them. You can use your eyes to convey where a character is by looking at the same spot each time when you want to refer to a specific character. You can also change your physical gestures or appearance to characterize each character, such as hunching for one character or standing extremely tall and proper for another.