sound structure


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Synonyms for sound structure

the admissible arrangement of sounds in words

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This presentation details my attempt to put the development of sound structure at the center of my first-year writing pedagogy.
This pathway happens to be the region responsible for articulating spoken words and is a little slower route, but it can also help develop my awareness of the sound structure of a word because I physically form the word with my lips, tongue, and vocal cords (Shaywitz, 2003).
We have a sound structure at the club and financially we are in a good position too.
Zarrouati, who spoke on a conference call, stressed that the very sound structure his company has achieved enables it to engage in new deals to realise external expansion.
Stressing the challenges of the Qatar-France education initiative, French Minister Helene Conway said that the new agreement reinforced the will of Qatar and France to give a sound structure to the school.
The existing building itself is a very sound structure.
The sound structure of language is presented in a fun and motivating way with games, rhymes, songs, and finger plays that young children will love.
Commodities are something many investors need, and want, in their portfolio and through these enhancements we are delivering a product with a sound structure that investors can use for improved diversification of traditional portfolios consisting of stocks and bonds.
For example, three works whose subtitles include the phrase Absent Roots took inspiration from Gould's account of how an unplayed note was key to the sound structure in Beethoven's Sonata no.
In all, 21 patients (42%) were wearing shoes categorized as "poor' because they lacked support and sound structure, including sandals, flip-flops, slippers, mules, or moccasins.
In all, 21 patients (42%) were wearing shoes categorized as "poor" because they lacked support and sound structure, including sandals, flip-flops, slippers, mules, or moccasins.
Perloff and Dworkin are careful to point out that one cause of the general indifference today toward sound structure in poetry is the overly, even obsessively, "scientific" prosodic analysis developed by linguists and rhetoricians over the past 30 years.
This linguistic sound structure makes speech recognition and generation tasks very difficult.
The databases underlying the services of the traditional information industry usually have a sound structure, not just the Marian-the-librarian metadata structure, but a semantic infrastructure.
That's the sound structure that encourages the key ingredients money can't buy: students' innate drives to learn, discover, and contribute to a group endeavor they are proud of.