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3. Nasal-too much resonance from the nasal cavities. 4. Denasal-little or on resonance from the nasal passages. 5. Harsh-raucous, unpleasant. 6. Hoarse-husky-tense muscles in the mechanism, especially the throat, and possible unhealthy conditions in the cavities. 7. Breathy-the speaker's breath is heard above his vocal tones. 8. Infantile-has the characteristics of a young child's voice. Flexibility: Lack of vocal flexibility is evidenced in monotony of pitch, intensity, duration, and quality in the speaker's expression of his meanings.
Thus is begun his comprehension of his human ability to formulate and express oral symbols. In school the child listens for instructions and thereby learns to perform. A person listens for entertainment. He listens for work assignments. He listens to doctors, to clergymen, to lawyers, and adjusts his living ways. When conflicts develop and society resorts to discussion to settle its problem, he listens to grievances, offers solutions, listens to advocates, and decides on courses of action. Listening accounts for a good deal of man's time.
2. You vocal folds in the larynx adjust and readjust appropriately, modifying the outgoing break into a series of breath waves. 3. Your throat, mouth, and nasal cavities and their openings assume (a) coordinately, (b) momentarily, and (c) successively appropriate sizes and shapes to receive these breath waves and to amplify to build them up into the required vocal tones. 4. Next, these breafh waves are further modified by your tongue,~~~eth, facial muscles, and lips to form the necessary speech sounds.
Advanced English grammar and communication by Vipul V Makodia