The utterance of the elementary sounds of a language by the appropriate movements of the organs, as in pronunciation; as, a distinct articulation.
A sound made by the vocal organs; an articulate utterance or an elementary sound, esp. a consonant.
ar-tick-you-LAY-shun Ability to produce (enunciate) speech clearly and distinctly.
the process of forming speech sounds.
Movement of the lips, tongue, teeth, and palate into specific patterns to produce speech sounds.(language, not hard/difficult, consonant, and vowels, sounds, with it one speaks, will be)
Word Articulation” refers to the number of test words correctly identified in an intelligibility test. It is expressed in percent. The term “articulation” also refers to the quality of a speaking person’s enunciation. The greater a given talker’s articulation (consonants are crisp and distinct, vowels are clearly articulated and not slurred), the more intelligible his or her speech will be. Return to
The production of distinct language sounds by the vocal chords.
Refers to the production of speech sounds resulting from the movements of the lips, jaw, and tongue as they modify the flow of air.
The mechanical production of speech (as opposed to the capacity to find the correct word).
"Movement of the lips, tongue, teeth and palate into specific patterns for purposes of speech" (Oregon Brain Injury Resource Network, 2004).
(In speech) the formation of speech sounds; the quality and clarity of speech sound production.
is the way your child makes sounds.
The art of speaking clearly.
Act or process of speaking or expressing in words; the process of articulating a speech sound.
the aspect of pronunciation that involves bringing articulatory organs together so as to shape the sounds of speech
expressing in coherent verbal form; "the articulation of my feelings"; "I gave voice to my feelings"
a narrowing or constriction of the vocal tract caused by an active articulator approaching a passive articulator, or by two active articulators approaching one another
the ability to use the mouth to make speech.
Movements of the mouth and airway that produce speech.
Speech sounds produced from the use of “articulators” (lips, tongue, teeth), or a general term to describe speech. Children that have an articulation disorder may have sound substitutions, distortions or sound deletions.
The movement of mouth, lips, tongue, and voice mechanism to produce speech sounds. Poor articulation may be due to the improper movement of lips, tongue, or other articulators. Articulation also refers to the clarity of sounds in speech.
Having to do with the intelligibility of speech. This is measured using listeners who try to identify randomly presented 'nonsense' words and phrases. The Articulation Index is the percentage of correct identifications. Used mainly in large venues.
The production of the speech sounds or phonemes.
Articulation is the production of speech sounds in words. Speaking clearly involves the coordinated use of the lips, jaw, teeth, tongue, and palate. Children develop the use of these skills over time, so their speech gradually becomes clearer as they mature. Read more here.
Refers to the movements the vocal tract makes during the production of speech sounds; enunciation of words and vocal sounds. Refers to the I.E.P. meeting held between the Elementary School District and the High School District during the child's eighth grade year.
The production of the sounds of speech by the movement of the lips, tongue and jaw.
the process of producing speech sounds by movement of speech organs (lips, jaws, tongue, palate)
The shaping of the lips, teeth and other structures to make words from the basic buzzing sound produced in the larynx.
The process of executing movements of the speech organs (tongue, lips, jaw, vocal cords) to produce speech sounds.
The ability to move and control the lips, tongue, jaw and palate to produce the sounds of a language.
The action of the speech organs in the formation of consonants and vowels.
The act of verbally communicating; making sound.
The clear and precise pronunciation of words.
The orchestrated movement and positioning of the mouth and vocal organs required to produce intelligible speech