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the manner in which people speak and the way words are pronounced in different parts of the world
accent
the shaping and molding of sounds into syllables
articulation
the amount of force you use in inhaling and exhaling.
breath control
a pronunciation of words from different languages blended together to form a distinct language for a group of people.
dialect
the muscle located between the abdomen and rib cage
diaphragm
a person's pronunciation of words, choice of words, and manner in which the person expresses himself or herself.
diction
the process of varying inflections of the voice
flexibility
the rising and falling of pitch. Inflections adds meaning, color, and rhythm to spoken words
inflection
the musical tone of the voice
pitch
the placement and delivery of voice elements used effectively in communicating with the audience
projection
the way sounds or syllables that represent a word are said and stressed according to the proper notation found in the dictionary
pronunciation
the voice element that makes one person sound different from everyone else
quality
the speed at which someone speaks
rate
freedom from all bodily tensions
relaxation
muscular membranes in the larynx that produce sound
vocal folds
how softly or loudly a person speaks
volume
the effective control of all voice elements and body movements
poise