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A Rationale for Speech Improvement
Improving the Quality and Intensity of Phonation
Its Relationship to Loudness
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allophone alveolar ridge articulation arytenoid cartilages auditory beginning breath cartilage chest dialect diphthong error exercise exhalation feedback feel Figure following words frequency fricative glide glottis habits hear heavy stress high pitch increase inhalation intonation Jean Kerr kinesthesia larynx lips listener loudness low pitch lower meaning medial modal pitch mouth muscles nasal cavity nasal consonant neck nonstandard normal noun occurs optimum pitch Optional Standard Pronunciations oral cavity pairs of words palate pause pharynx phonation phoneme phrase pitch changes pitch levels position Practice the following preceding problem produce pronounced pull Reading selections relaxed resonance ribs semivowel sentence side silent sing sound waves speaker speaking speech spelling stop consonant symbol talk tense tension throat tongue tip unstressed syllable velar velum vibration vocal folds vocal fry vocal tone vocal tract voiceless consonant vowel phoneme vowel sound