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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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?
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.
The study involved data from the Buckeye Speech Corpus, which contains recordings of spontaneous speech from people living around Columbus, very close to Armstrong's hometown of Wapakoneta.
The spoken channel is a mixture of planned and spontaneous speech.
The present paper focuses on their phonetic and phonological analysis in spontaneous speech.
An analysis of the spontaneous speech of children between the ages of 1 and 3 years reveals a parallel and steady production of noun class prefixes and subject markers on verbs.
Speech Modules solutions are based on its unique fully-automated, speaker-independent, spontaneous speech recognition engine - enabling fast, accurate mass-market deployments.
An emotional Dev sahab stopped the screening in between to break into a spontaneous speech.
Exam dialogues also contain more intra-turn pauses than spontaneous speech, while in spontaneous speech turns are taken quickly.
To parse the spontaneous speech of everyday life, Warner and her colleagues had 13 undergraduate students sit in a sound booth, each with a recording microphone on one ear and a telephone on the other.
In this experiment, following the SIP, the students' rates of emission of spontaneous speech significantly increased in response to the EOs and during non-instructional time, One month after the intervention, the follow-up post-probes revealed that both participants maintained high levels of spontaneous speech compared to the baseline levels.

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