Flashcards in Spoken Text Deck (24):
Give 5 examples of spontaneous/natural speech features
What is Elision?
The deleting of one or more sounds in a word
What is Liaison?
Communication between groups of people
What is a Juncture?
The set of features which enable a listener to tell the difference between two phrases - I scream and ice cream
What is Elongation?
The lengthening of a word
Name 7 non fluency features
What is a voiced pause/filler?
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 performative mean?
Ceremonial ( in plays as well )
What does commisive mean?
Making a commitment such as a promise or threat
‘I will kill you if you do that’
What is an ethnically proposition?
What is morally right or acceptable