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The Mechanisms for Speech
Breathing for Effective Vocalization
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abdominal action activity ADDITIONAL PRACTICE MATERIALS alexander pope algernon charles swinburne American English American-English speech articulation assimilated avoid back vowel become Black English blend breath stream characteristics chest considered context dialect diaphragm Dictionary differences diphthong distinction effective exhalation feeling Figure final following sentences force frequently fricative front glottal gum ridge habitual pitch hear heard human individual inflectional changes inhalation initial john dryden language larynx letter lips listener loudness lower meaning Medial mouth muscles nasal cavity nasal consonants nasal sounds normal optimum pitch pause persons pharynx phoneme phrase pitch level pitch range produced pronounced pronunciation reinforcement relaxed Repeat resonance result Selections soft palate speak speaker speech sounds spelling stress symbols tense tension thought throat tion tongue tip unstressed syllable usage utterance variations vibration vocal bands vocal folds vocal mechanism vocal tones voice voiceless w. s. gilbert william makepeace thackeray william shakespeare