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Sense-groups
Each sense-group introduces a fresh idea.
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Breath-groups
The breath-group represents the number of sense-groups that can be said in one breath.
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Parethesis
When a word, phrase or sentence is inserted as an explanation, afterthought or an aside into a passage which is complete without it.
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Sense Pause
Used in connected speech to mark the sense by indicating the end or beginning of a sense-group.
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Emphatic Pause
A pause for emphasis that is made before/after a word or phrase or both for extra strong emphasis.
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Emotional Pause
The voice is suspended by the strong working of the emotions.
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Rhythmical or Metrical Pause
Rhythmical pauses are used at the ends of lines of verse and between stanzas to indicate the form and pattern of the verse. Metrical pauses are used when a line of verse is shorter than the surrounding lines so a pause is needed to balance it.
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Caesural Pause
A slight pause that occurs mid-line in verse, usually indicated by a break in sense and/or punctuation mark.
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Suspensory Pause
Indicated by no punctuation at the end of a line of verse.
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Projection - Audibility
Strong, secure breath. Forward placement of resonance.
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Projection - Intelligibility
Clarity of speech. Appropriate emphasis and modulation.
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Projection - Mental Projection
Engaging the audience by commanding their attention.
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The breath-group represents the number of sense-groups that can be said in one breath.

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Breath-groups

Card 3

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When a word, phrase or sentence is inserted as an explanation, afterthought or an aside into a passage which is complete without it.

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Card 4

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Used in connected speech to mark the sense by indicating the end or beginning of a sense-group.

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Card 5

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A pause for emphasis that is made before/after a word or phrase or both for extra strong emphasis.

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