Features of Spoken and Written Language - Generalisation

Utilisation of slang:
Spoken
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Tends to be unplanned:
Spoken
2 of 25
Is permanent and can be kept:
Written
3 of 25
Use of Standard English:
Written
4 of 25
Includes pitch and volume (Prosodic Features):
Spoken
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Is non-fluent and has pauses:
Spoken
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Contains phrases such as 'er' and 'um' (Fillers):
Spoken
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Is non-permanent:
Spoken
8 of 25
Involves taking turns:
Both spoken and written
9 of 25
Uses of vague language such as 'like' and 'sort of':
Spoken
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Relies on sound:
Spoken
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Contains abbreviated phrases such as 'I'm' (Contractions):
Spoken
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Represents sounds graphically:
Written
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Is immediate:
Spoken
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Needs precision:
Written
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Uses of visual clues (Paralinguistic Features):
Spoken
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Features unnecessary repetition:
Spoken
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Tends to be more structured:
Written
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Is often spontaneous:
Spoken
19 of 25
Cannot be changed:
Both spoken and written
20 of 25
Is often brief:
Spoken
21 of 25
Can take place over time:
Written
22 of 25
Can be reproduced:
Written
23 of 25
Needs to be taught:
Both spoken and written
24 of 25
Can be corrected and edited:
Both spoken and written
25 of 25

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Card 2

Front

Spoken

Back

Tends to be unplanned:

Card 3

Front

Written

Back

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Card 4

Front

Written

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

Spoken

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
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