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THE PHYSICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL BASES OF SPEECH
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A. A. Milne American articulation arytenoid cartilages assimilation audience becomes body breath called cartilage cavity chapter consonant cricoid cartilage develop Diacritical Mark diphthong effect element emphasis English epiglottis exercise expression feel fricative front give glottal glottis h)iz habits hard palate heard hearers hyoid bone important interest intonation labio-dental language larynx LATERAL CONSONANT light lips lower means mental method mind mood mouth muscles nasal nasal consonant natural passage persons pharynx Phonetic Symbol phrase pitch plosive poem poetry position post-dental practice pronounced pronunciation public speaking reading resonance result rhythm rhythmical selection SHAKESPEARE sing soft palate speaker speech sounds speech training spelling student syllable teachers teeth ridge tension thee thou thought throat thyroid cartilage tion tone tongue trachea VACHEL LINDSAY vibration vocal cords vocal organs voice wall waves words