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Fluency
speech that is smooth, flowing, easily produced, effortless
Prosody
Variations in pitch, intonation, stress, loudness
(varies intention)
Phonolgy
sound pattern of language
Morphology
word structures
syntax
rules that govern word order
semantics
meaning of words, sentences, etc.
pragmatics
social context of using language
speech
coordinating movements of articulators and use of breath stream to create a string of lingustically meaningful sounds
breath stream
a stream of air that has a measurable rate of flow and a measurable pressure
Plosives
a burt of sound produced by a complete closure of the vocal tract (stop) followed by a release of that closure
(p, b, d, t, g, k)
fricatives
sound produced by articulators being so close together they cause turbulence in the airflow
(f, v, s, z, sh, th)
Semivowels
(Approximants)
consonant sounds produced that are close to vowel sounds
(r, l, w, y)
Affricatives
plosive sounds (with stops) that have a frication
(ch, j)
As ________ increases, pitch INCREASES.
VF length
subglottal pressure
tension
As ________ increases, pitch DECREASES.
VF mass
VF thickness