Spoken Language Terminology

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

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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