I like to think so. I'm terrible at jokes though. I think the stand-up comedian is too far away from my character. I'm basically terribly serious.
Yes. Well, at least my stories because I know my characters personally. I know the story and how it's supposed to sound.
Yes, I would hope so.
No, no, no I am not, no. I can't read out loud or formulate a story orally without stumbling over my words.
I wish. I am told I am a great public speaker, but when I try to listen to myself it all sounds like blah-de-blah-de-blah. I will leave that question to other people to answer.
Depends on whom I am addressing and whether it is a crowd or just a bedtime story.
I am a professional storyteller so I would have to say that yes, I am equally good at telling stories orally as I am at writing them down. There is an intrinsic difference between oral storytelling and books in print but both require imagination and creativity. I believe that it behooves every author to learn to become a good oral storyteller. My storytelling has greatly improved my writing and my writing greatly enhances my storytelling.
Absolutely not. I say "um," "you know," and "like" a lot, which is a horrid habit. I'm working on eliminating these fillers from my speech.
I like to think so. I can usually come up with a story right off the top of my head. It doesn't always make sense, but it's a story nonetheless.
I don't think my written stories are composed to be read aloud; I read with my inner voice. However, the various writing groups I have belonged to seem to like my stories as I read them.
Having said that, I can make up a story on the spot as I tell it. I usually do this in English classes when I want to illustrate points I am trying to teach, such as flashbacks.