Flashcards in Spoken Text Deck (25):
Give 5 examples of spontaneous/natural speech features
What is Elision?
The deleting of one or more sounds in a word
What is as Liaison?
Communication between groups of people
What is a Juncture?
The set of features which enable a hearer to tell the difference between to phrases - I scream & ice cream
What is Elongation?
The lengthening of a word
Name 7 non fluency features
What is a voiced pause?
Using words such as 'um' whilst thinking of what to say next
What is a false start?
Occurs when the speaker rearranges what they are saying
What does repair mean?
When a speaker recognises they've made a mistake, so they repeat themselves saying it correctly
What does rapport mean?
Trying to get a good relationship with the audience
What does rhetorical actually mean?
What is pedagogic talk?
What does egocentric mean?
A personal monologue (talking to yourself)
What does extempore mean?
Taken out of the moment / spontaneous
What does utterance mean?
Forgiving the non grammatically correct spoken word
What does phatic mean?
Preceding the main content - lovely weather etc
What does expressive mean?
Feelings are transmitted, same as emotive language
What does directive mean?
Same as imperative, a command
What does referential mean?
What does Constantive mean?
Declaring something is the case and can be judged as to whether it's true or false
What does representative mean?
Use of imagery / figurative
What does performative mean?
Ceremonial ( in plays as well )
What does commisive mean?
Threats, promises, refusals, pledges
What is an ethnically proposition?
What is morally right or acceptable