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Spoken Word Glossary

Author: Theobald Mr
Description: Match the spoken word term with its definition!
Keywords: , , , , , , online teaching

0. Overlaps/interruptions
1. Utterance
2. Elision
3. Prosodic features
4. Paralinguistic features
5. Discourse marker
6. Hedge
7. Back-channel
8. Phatic talk
9. Accent
10. Adjacency pairs
11. Idiolect
12. False start
13. Dialect
14. Filler
15. Ellipsis

0. Utterances used by listener to show speaker that they are understood
1. Related to %27small talk%27 - utterances with no purpose but to maintain relationships
2. The omission of words from an utterance to give a more casual tone
3. How something is said - stress, rhythm, pitch, tempo and intonation
4. The speaker begins utterance, then stops and repeats/rewords it
5. Parallel expressions used in turns - question and answer, etc.
6. Items which don%27t carry meaning but are used to pause or give time to think
7. Words which soften the force of something said, e.g. %27perhaps%27
8. The ways in which words are pronounced, based on region or class
9. Words/phrases used to signal connections and signpost what is being said
10. A complete unit of talk, bounded by the speaker%27s silence
11. When turn-taking is not observed by listeners, so the %27flow%27 of talk is discordant
12. An indivdually distinctive style of speaking
13. Related to body language - the use of gestures, facial expression, etc.
14. The grammar and vocabulary linked with a region or social class
15. The omission or slurring of syllables, e.g. %27gonna%27