By Malcolm Morrison
This e-book offers transparent advice to solid pronunciation and is written in an easily-accessible shape. many of us can determine and clear up their speech difficulties and considerably increase their voice by utilizing attempted and established routines. The systematic association of the cloth with transparent illustrations makes it effortless for the layman to appreciate and paintings from successfully. This re-creation includes extra routines in addition to an extended bankruptcy on vague Speech.
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Every spectator in the stands knew that these were the last few minutes and the players sensed it. They were all making a determined effort to win the day. The ball was passed down the right wing and O'Keefe took it deftly; he turned and began to run down towards the enemy's net. He neatly ducked and avoided the desperate tackle of his red-shirted opponent and started to veer in towards the centre. In front of him he saw a cluster of three men converging on him and he realised he would lose the ball.
A good deal of time should be spent on establishing an adequate breathing method. 2. For short periods during exercise, the voice should be used quite loudly. Practice can include reading a passage from a newspaper or book, gradually decreasing the volume. As soon as the breathy quality is heard the volume should be slightly increased and then diminished again as the sound is established. It is important to avoid tension in the throat while practising. 3. Exercises for the balanced use of the resonators.
Say the following vowel sounds, making sure that the tongue is curled back and does not, at any time, fall to touch the point of the card. A sound approximating to R should be heard: OO OH AW AH AY EE 3. Repeat exercise 2 but speak the vowel again, after the R is heard. At the same time remove the card and allow the tongue tip to fall behind the lower teeth. OO R OO / AW R AW / AH R AH / ER R ER / EE R EE 4. Repeat exercise 3 without the assistance of the card. 5. Continue practice with the words that follow.
Clear Speech: Practical Speech Correction and Voice Improvement by Malcolm Morrison