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Spoken Language FeaturesAuthor: Theobald Mr
Description: Match up the spoken language feature with the definition.
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0. Adjacency pairs
4. Phatic talk
7. Prosodic features
8. Paralinguistic features
9. False start
12. Turn taking
0. A complete unit of talk, enclosed by the speaker%27s silence.
1. Items which don%27t carry meaning but are used to give time to think or pause.
2. The ommision of words from a sentence for a more casual tone.
3. Features such as stress, rhythm, pitch, tempo and tone - howthings are said.
4. Words which soften or weaken the force of something said.
5. Words used by the listener to give feedback that the message is understood.
6. When a speaker begins a speech then stops and repeats or reworks it.
7. The grammar or vocabulary associated with a region or social group.
8. The ways in which words are pronounced, according to region or class.
9. An individually distinctive style of speaking.
10. Utterances that have no purpose other than to maintain relationships.
11. A time during which a single participant speaks, with minimal overlap.
12. The omission or slurring of one or more sounds or syllables.
13. A social dialect used by a particular group, such as working or upper class.
14. Related to body language, facial expressions and other non-verbal elements.
15. Parallel expressions such as a question and answer.