Suttas that describe how to give talks?

What are some early Buddhist texts (any canon) that give guidance on speaking to an audience? I’m asking for something beyond just Right Speech.

For example, MN105 talks about how certain audiences don’t like to hear about the realm below the one they are intent on. Your audience’s viewpoint is relevant in deciding what to say to them. I’ve also found MN139.

I’ve also seen a sutta (but I can’t find it) which said that having virtue makes speaking to people easier.

If you search for dhammakathika, you should get some results.

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Here are some suttas related to teaching. Not all may be what you are looking for exactly.