Spoken Language Terminology

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O F J J O K N T F T I M E D P A U S E O
O G Q V Q I K J V Y R X H M O O J Q O X
K R F O M D S D G B E U S O X U F P S D
R A I I B M J R Q W L T K T E Q O E M M
K C I C W V J D F E L N G S A N T C V K
A J C E T K U Q H X I B U W O D N N A O
D X B D W I N U W V F A T I J O E N G J
J B G P B V R I F V P B S Y V B C O O W
A E C A E R L I K O K I C E D C C I K I
C R O U T C B D R V L V R C J O A T T Y
E L I S B E N C R E G L I M U L N P F T
N F L E E B I N F T A L W B J L Y U S H
C U N Q P M X P I P Y E R X X O Y R D E
Y T K Y X S P J P U T D B J O Q I R F I
P H R U O M E I W I E F H N F U K E T D
A U N Q H G N Q O T N O F Q U I R T H V
I B I W U G B E F B S Y R D G A S N U Y
R X F Y U F K W F D Q U C J N L V I F N
S Y L T P U J B E O R Q D P B T G T C K
Q L C B W Y O S P E H Y T O J M Q C S W

Clues

  • A longer pause, number of seconds in a bracket (2) (5, 5)
  • A short pause of less than half a second (.) (10)
  • A sound someone makes that functions like a pause (6, 5)
  • Actual words that function as a pause (6)
  • Blurring or slurring words together (7)
  • Chatty, informal language (10)
  • One person takes over speaking in the middle of another person's speaking (12)
  • Standard pairs of interactions (9, 5)
  • Two or more people speaking at the same time (11)
  • Way of pronunciation based on where you are from (6)

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