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Oral Language

Communicaton Process and Oral Language
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created September 26, 2016
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WordDefinition
Communication ProcessUses the mental and physical energy of people who speak, listen, use nonverbal behaviors, and interpret the verbal and nonverbal behaviors.
Oral Language Language that is spoken and heard.
Formal LanguageLanguage associated with a particular profession, activity, or field of study.
Informal Language Language most often used in casual situations and close interpersonal relationships.
Articulation The act of clearly and distinctly uttering the consonant sounds of a word.
ColloquialismsA term associated with a specific regional culture.
Grammar The basic understandings and rules that regulate the use of language
Diction The degree of clarity and distinctness in a person's speech.
Pronunciation The standard set for the overall sound of a word.
Structure The way the different parts of a language are arranged.
Vocabulary All the word symbols that make up a particular code or language.
Noise Interferes with or disrupts communication.
Sound The observable characteristics of oral language.
Slang A second type of informal language.
BarrierBlocks communication.
Dialect A unique combination of speech sounds that identify speech with a particular group of people
Jargon Another name for technical language.
Enunciation The act of clearly and distinctly uttering the vowel sounds of a word.
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