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Consonants English 1 Figurative Language Literature Matching
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Consonants Foundations
FTCE Elementary Education k-6 Language Arts and Reading – Flashcards 170 terms
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Lewis Gardner
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Consonants Respiratory System The Nose
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Elizabeth Mcdonald
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Articulation Consonants Hard And Soft Palate Magnetic Resonance Imaging Severe Hearing Loss
Cranio Test 2– Practice Test Questions – Flashcards 189 terms
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Kevin Stewart
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Articulation Consonants Therapy
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Consonants Final Consonant Deletion Hard And Soft Palate Linguistics
Disorders of Articulation & Phonology – Flashcards 55 terms
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Consonants Linguistics Literature
English Midterm – Flashcards 36 terms
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Consonants Elaboration Likelihood Model Interjections Public Speaking
Mid-term Public Speaking Answers – Flashcards 88 terms
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Consonants Political Parties
Contemporary Topics 2 Unit 7: Team Building – Flashcards 12 terms
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Darryl Wooten
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Henle Latin Grammar Rules 6-14 – Flashcards 13 terms
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Owen Clarke
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Consonants Diction Family Psychology Figurative Language Media Psychology Nouns
AP English Literature and Composistion Key Terminology – Flashcards 157 terms
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Conjunctions Consonants One Syllable Words
Analysis, Argument, and Synthesis terms 36 terms
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How are consonants classified?
Consonants are classified by manner (stop, fricative, affricative, nasal, lateral, rhotic, and glide) and place (bilabial, labiodentals, lingua-dental, lingua-alveolar, lingua-palatal, lingua-velar, glottal)
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A child is referred to a speech-language pathologist (SLP) by an otolaryngologist (ENT) with a presenting problem of “distorted speech”. Following a comprehensive evaluation, the SLP determined that the child is experiencing significant nasal emission during speech. Based on this information, which of the following problems would this child NOT be experiencing? A. Short utterance length B. Compensatory errors C. Hypernasality D. Weak consonants
C. Hypernasality
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A speech-language pathologist (SLP) is scheduled to perform an evaluation on a child with a chief complaint of “nasality.” After performing the evaluation, the SLP finds that the child demonstrates insufficient resonance of nasal consonants. What type of resonance does this child demonstrate? A. Hypernasality B. Hyponasality C. Oral cul de sac resonance D. Nasal cul de sac resonance
B. Hyponasality
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this stage is characterized by the use of more than one or two consonants with at least one vowel to represent the spelling of words.
Letter-Naming Stage
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*7. Division into Syllables: Two or More Consonants*
*[Division into Syllables.]* b. Two or more consonants are divided after the first. *por/ta; exer/citus; pul/chra*
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Nouns ending in consonants
Nouns that end in a consonant (hamburger, bar) usually are masculine
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After being asked to remember three consonants, participants in a study by Peterson and Peterson counted aloud backward by threes in order to prevent:
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diagraph trigraph Consonant blend Silent consonants
* (2 letters – represent one sound) -ck, ph, ch, sh, wh, th *(3 letters – represent one sound) – tch *(multi consonants together) – str, bl, sp, sk, tr * id, talk, pneumonia, writing, know
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*8. Division into Syllables Note: Mute Consonants*
*[Division into Syllables.]* *Note:* But when mute *(c, g, p, b, t, d)* or *f *is followed by *r* or *l*, both consonants go with the following vowel. *la/crima; a/grum; pa/trem; va/fra; locu/plēs*
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What is the term for using repeated consonants or vowels for emphasis?
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