5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- connected speech
- place of articulation (def)
- a the adding of a sound in speech
- b a sound produced with no obstruction to the airflow
- c A term which refers to the way that speech sounds are produced as part of a continuous sequence, rather than in isolation.
- d the physical location where the airflow is obstructed as a consonant is produced ie, dental, labial, alveolar, nasal)
- e the study and classification of speech sounds
5 Multiple choice questions
- International Phonetic Alphabet
- the study of the sound systems of a language
- the omission of a sound in speech
- the repetition of initial sounds in successive or neighboring words
- The repetition of similar consonant sounds in a group of words
5 True/False questions
tempo → rate of speed
intonation → the adding of a sound in speech
volume → a sound produced with no obstruction to the airflow
manner of articulation (types) → describes
how the tongue, lips, jaw, and other speech
organs are involved in making a sound.
vowel reduction → The vowel becomes more like the schwa when spoken in connected speech.