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the articulatory process whereby the pronunciation of a word or morpheme changes when it is followed immediately by another (especially in fluent speech)

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Participant T3 demonstrated no change in any of the measures, while participant T5 demonstrated only an increase in F0 during connected speech (+ 13 Hz).
All patients were not higher than category 2 at before fitted, 3 months and 6 months, indicating that connected speech was unintelligible to listeners.
This study adopts the concepts of colloquial English style as explained by Brown (1990) in Listening to Spoken English and the phonological phenomena occurring in connected speech follows the definitions and descriptions as presented by Brown (ibid.
In addition, four features were exhibited by 100% of the participants in connected speech but were exhibited by fewer speakers in the single-word task (substitution of/d/for the voiced/th/in the initial position, deletion of/r/, final consonant deletion, and substitution of/n/for/ng/).
Flexible laryngoscopy demonstrated supraglottic hyperfunction during connected speech, which is indicative of muscle-tension dysphonia.
It was a huge self-esteem builder for Evan and his connected speech improved as well.
Connected speech is spoken in short strings of words, sometimes separated by beeps.
Genius Button and Hands-Free mode is powered by the Nuance Voice Control platform that seamlessly wraps embedded and connected speech capabilities into one amazing mobile experience.
It addresses theoretical paradigms, basic concepts of articulation and the acoustics of speech sounds in English, and the basic principles of vowels, consonants, connected speech processes, stress, rhythm, and intonation.
The phonetic distinction between these two is often neutralized, however, especially in connected speech.
Subsequent chapters focus on core features of English phonology--speech sounds, consonants and vowels, phonemes, syllable structure, connected speech, stress and intonation--and the use of this knowledge to diagnose and prioritize pronunciation difficulties, develop effective teaching techniques, design a pronunciation syllabus, and assess skills.
Title Connected Speech (North American English), 2000
Genius Button and Hands-Free mode is powered by the Nuance Voice Control platform, the industry's first platform-agnostic mobile solution that seamlessly wraps embedded and connected speech capabilities into one amazing mobile experience.
Specific topics include the length of stem-final vowels in colloquial Arabic, Moraic syllable structure and edge effects, the structure of intonation, phonological processes in connected speech, root formation and polysemic organization, light verbs, lexical aspects of Egyptian Arabic, building a computational lexicon, the history of bayaan (political commentary), optional patterns of agreement, a multi-path approach to the acquisition of Arabic word formation, and L2 acquisition of Arabic morphosyntacic features.
The T-Mobile Genius Button is powered by the Nuance Voice Control platform, the industry's first platform-agnostic mobile solution that seamlessly wraps embedded and connected speech capabilities into one amazing mobile experience.
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