spontaneous speech

spon·ta·ne·ous speech

(spon-tā'nē-ŭs spēch)
Spoken language that occurs without prompting or during an unstructured interview.
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New pieces of data and interpretations related to the latest discoveries from the Phonetic corpus of Estonian spontaneous speech and L2 phonetic studies are also introduced.
The purpose of this study was to compare the frequency of disfluencies and the speech rate of spontaneous speech and reading between the non-altered auditory feedback (NAF) and delayed auditory feedback (DAF) in adults with and without stuttering.
The function of spontaneous speech was also examined in a way that each patient was asked to give some information about himself/ herself in one breath.
It is a standardized reliable diagnostic assessment tool for speech fluency which is widely and most commonly used by SLPs around Pakistan for assessing the severity of dysfluency in spontaneous speech and reading in both English and Urdu.
Later in the same spontaneous speech Kennedy referenced the need to "make gentle the life of this world.
A vowel occurring between two consonants is deleted in fast or spontaneous speech in certain words of the language.
Looking in turn at specific clinical populations and specific languages, they consider such topics as language and communication ability of bilingual children with autism spectrum disorders, bilingualism and children with Down Syndrome, language disorders in Cantonese-speaking children, typical language development and primary language impairment in monolingual French-speaking children, and comparing measures of spontaneous speech of Turkish-speaking children with and without language impairment.
An improvised topics session was closely followed with participants being called to express their thoughts on the spot to assess their spontaneous speech making abilities.
Or an entirely different spontaneous speech that might have been complete gibberish or a brilliant tour de force?
Stevens deals with a small corpus of spontaneous speech (the corpus of the analyzed geminates is about 380 tokens), together with a fine-grained inspection of the data recoverable in the literature.
They cover the bounds of grammatical refinement, where annotation should stop, grammar without grammaticality, replies to critics, grammatical description meets spontaneous speech, demographic correlates of speech complexity, the structure of children's writing, child writing and discourse organization, simple grammars and new grammars, the case of the vanishing perfect, testing a metric for parse accuracy, linguistics empirical and unempirical, William Gladstone as linguist, and minds in uniform.

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