By Malcolm Morrison
This ebook offers transparent tips to solid pronunciation and is written in an easily-accessible shape. many folks can establish and remedy their speech difficulties and considerably enhance their voice through the use of attempted and confirmed workouts. The systematic association of the fabric with transparent illustrations makes it effortless for the layman to appreciate and paintings from successfully. This new version includes extra routines in addition to an elevated bankruptcy on vague Speech.
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M AY.. MMM 3. Replace the M sound in exercise 2 with N and repeat. 4. Hum on an M sound before intoning each of these words. Again do it quietly, feeling the vibrations on the lips and the release of the voice on the vowels: M . WE M . WE M . . WORRY M . . WAIT 5. Repeat the following sounds, first whispered, then intoned and finally, spoken. In each case sustain the M and 42 Routine 4 N sounds. Listen for the resonance as a continuous humming sound as you say the complete word: many many many many many many many minimal minimal minimal minimal minimal ammonia ammonia ammonia ammonia ammonia nominate nominate nominate nominate nominate 6.
15. Repeat exercise 14 but stop at various places on the way up the scale and count from 1 to 5 on that note. PRACTICE PIECES The following passages have been written to provide opportunities for using the range of the voice extensively. For the purposes of exercise it is helpful to exaggerate slightly the range used. Remember, in addition, that variety 30 Practice pieces of volume and pace help considerably to relieve the monotony of delivery. (Contrast the general pitch level of the first part of the piece with the second part.
Speak the following quietly. Take a breath in on the ribs and then a breath in on the diaphragm. Renew the breath on the diaphragm at the end of each line, while retaining the raised rib position. 22 Exercises for capacity and control I I I I I I saw saw three saw three snowmen saw three snowmen melting saw three snowmen melting away On completion of the sentence do not take another breath on the diaphragm but use the reserve retained in the ribs to say 'away' as many times as you can comfortably manage.