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Misc. Voice The Diaphragm Parts of the Mouth Inflection
Inflection – 10 Shrill, nasal, raspy, breathy, booming, etc.
Inflection – 20 How fast or slow you speak.
Inflection – 30 How high or low you speak.
Inflection – 40 How loud or soft you speak.
Inflection – 50 How you divide speech into smaller parts.
Parts of the Mouth – 10 The roof of your mouth.
Parts of the Mouth – 20 Another word for the throat.
Parts of the Mouth – 30 The moving bone to which lower teeth are connected.
Parts of the Mouth – 40 A large muscle located in the mouth used for speech; also the organ responsible for our sense of taste.
Parts of the Mouth – 50 Flaps in the throat which vibrate when air passes over them, creating sound.
The Diaphragm – 10 What the muscle does when inhaling.
The Diaphragm – 20 What the muscle does when exhaling.
The Diaphragm – 30 The location of the muscle.
The Diaphragm – 40 The picture shows which step of breathing?
The Diaphragm – 50 The picture below shows which step of breathing?
Voice – 10 One of the requirements of an actor’s voice. (“Must…”)
Voice – 20 The second of the requirements of an actor’s voice. (“Must…”)
Voice – 30 The third of the requirements of an actor’s voice. (“Must…”)
Voice – 40 To use your voice to fill a performing space so that every member of the audience can hear and understand you.
Voice – 50 Variety in speech.
Miscellaneous – 10 Open, sustained sounds.
Miscellaneous – 20 Able to be heard.
Miscellaneous – 30 Stopped or shaped sounds.
Miscellaneous – 40 Hard and soft palates, throat, and sinuses.
Miscellaneous – 50 Jaw, lips, tongue, teeth, and soft palate.
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