The Voice

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  • Active Voice

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    Voice: In simple words, Voice (in other words (but rarely said) is also called, diathesis) is a term that describes the relation between an action (verb) taken by the subject, the subject (the one who performs the action) and the object (the thing being acted upon). Active Voice: Active voice is most commonly used verb. Active voice is where; the subject is the one who performs an action (verb), while object is the thing

  • Distinctive Voices Essay Plan

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    Question: Interesting views on society are conveyed through distinctive voices. Question: Interesting views on society are conveyed through distinctive voices. People in society can have interesting views on issues around the world, these views on society are best conveyed through distinctive voices as it evokes feelings from the listener and allows them to relate to the situation through their own personal experiences. People in society can have interesting views on issues around the world, these

  • The History of Music: The Human Voice

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    Singing - producing musical sounds with the voice, and augments regular speech by the use of both tonality and rhythm. One who sings is called a vocalist. Singers perform music such as arias, recitatives and songs these can be sung with or without accompaniment by musical instruments. Air comes out of the lungs and goes through the trachea then into the larynx this air makes the vocal folds vibrate. When the vocal folds vibrate air is trapped and then released. Each release sends a bit air into

  • The Similarities And Differences Of Passive Voice In English

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    During the acquisition of English, Vietnamese learner have to encounter many difficulties because of these two languages belong two different groups. One of the most difficult problems is passive voice. Take these sentences as example : “ The rice is cook” and “ Cơm chín rồi”. We can see that these two sentences have the same meaning but one in passive form and the other in active form. Thus, It makes learners confused about using passive form properly when translating because sometimes an

  • Voice Of Voice Over Internet Protocol

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    Abstract When Voice over Internet Protocol was being introduced, it was perfectly engineered to work using the existing model and infrastructure without bearing huge cost. VoIP uses Internet Protocol to connect, transmit and terminate the calls. Most of the industry is using VoIP services to connect their offices locally, in different cities and in different countries. VoIP enables User/client to place a telephonic call to their offices/friends/families. This paper will focus on how VoIP works and

  • Telling A False Statement On Voice Spectrum

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    that your voice spectrum is affected when you lie, to gain further knowledge on how to prevent and detect liars. As human beings, most of us lie more than we want to think we do. Lying is considered a wrong doing and given time to think most liars recognize it, but some of the first concerns among humans is self-preservation, self-esteem, and dodging consequences or dangerous situations. People lie verbally and nonverbally through body language, facial expressions, etc. A person’s voice can demonstrate

  • Assignment: Human Voice and Music Essay

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    Answer each question thoroughly and completely.  Each question is worth up to 5 points, and the complete assignment is worth up to 30 points. 1.  The first task will be to introduce yourself and let me know what your background is in music and online learning.  Give your name, if you play (or have played) an instrument or sing, and if you've ever taken an online class. Answer: My name is Huy Huynh and this is the third year of me in Golden West College. I have not had a chance to take choir

  • Personal Narrative-Grounded In My Voice

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    At the start of the semester I had become more aware and grounded in my voice. In my everyday life, I would notice if I was holding my breath. The reason for this was because over the summer I had to stand-up to one of my shut-up judges, my dad. The incident was extremely emotional, and I coped with it through the use of my actor training; instead of checking out and holding tension, I chose to breathe deeply and stay grounded. This allowed me to speak up even when I was told to shut-up. This awareness

  • Use Of Voice Inside Our Minds

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    and oral interpretation, our political affiliation, and lastly, our voice. Though we may not realize it, we are under the constant influence of the power of voice. Whenever we read an article, type an essay, or even think, we are likely to employ the use of voice inside our minds. It could be our own, a friend, a favorite actor 's voice, or for some people, all of them combined. Another factor we typically associate to a voice is an image. While subtle, image plays an amazingly crucial role

  • Factors Affecting Voice Differences

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    puberty all voices, male or female, sound alike. But as the hormones come into play, they cause the male larynx to become larger and the vocal folds lengthen and thicken. Not only are there internal factors that play a role in the voice changing there are also physical factors, depending on the height and weight of an individual that could affect the tone, pitch and frequency. The purpose of this assignment was to better understand these differences. As defined in our class manual, voice onset time