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choice of words and the way in which they are used

Synonyms for diction

the articulation of speech regarded from the point of view of its intelligibility to the audience

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the manner in which something is expressed in words

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With regard to correction in Urdu diction, the designers and researchers' team has taken guidance from Muqtadra Qaumi Zuban's (National Language Promotion Department) seminar held in 1985 on Urdu diction, grammar and all its related fields and the recommendations of Committee on Urdu constituted in India in 1973-74.
With one click, the programme will auto-correct all the errors in Urdu diction, proof and expression.
With regard to correction in Urdu diction, the designers and researchers' team has taken guidance from National Language Promotion Department seminar held in 1985 on Urdu diction, grammar and all its related fields and the recommendations of Committee on Urdu constituted in India in 1973-74.
Talking to APP, Akhtar Saleemi said, the software will not only point out or correct Urdu diction and proof errors, it will also pave the way for uniform, error-free and up-to-date Urdu expressions.
Diction Defender is a survival game where players are stranded on a desolate island and to escape, they must make good sentences based on certain requirements.
In addition to the thousands of texts it offers, IPA Source also has many diction aids and resources available free of charge.
Nonetheless, DICTION offers an improvement over the status quo as it allows the authors to draw on a wide swath of theoretical literature to establish "Democratic" and "Republican" tones.
SOMETHING in that strange clipped diction of Conor J O'Brien sets him apart from the rest.
In the first half I found some of the diction hard to pick up at the back of the hall.
She has such diction and her vocal cords are really strong as she ran through one song and then immediately into another and another.
The chorus certainly earned their keep, singing forte for much of the time, with sharp diction and, generally, a fine sound.
This was a chamber-music account, tenderness and intimacy setting the huge apocalyptic outbursts into proper context, with the CBSO Chorus persuasively confiding in their whispered, crystalclear diction (what a pity the altos led decidedly bumpily into the "Libera Me" fugue).
e-mail) English and German Diction for Singers: A Comparative Approach, by Amanda Johnston.
Concentrating on criticising the performance of two established actors who he seems to like, Graham ignores the fact that the young cast put in an excellent ensemble but prefer instead to criticise them for poor diction.
Award-winning teacher and Oberlin College Professor of Music Education Peggy Bennett has written a book that provides parents, teachers, and adult caregivers with rich ideas for using familiar nursery rhymes to promote diction, foster creativity, and more.