What is neologism and why are they formed? Who can coin new words and through which channels do they spread? Is it possible to trace the moment in which they are born and identify their authors? Are … [Read more...] about What Is Neologism;10 Facts You Must Know
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How many times have we talked about the importance of Vocal Exercises For Singers ?Are you a soloist, composer, performer or choral singer? Are you passionate about singing and do it in an amateur … [Read more...] about 10 Singing Techniques And Vocal Exercises For Singers
In phonetics , a Glottal Stop is a stop sound that is made by rapidly closing the vocal cords. Arthur Hughes describes the glottic stop as "a form of plosive in which closure is made by bringing the … [Read more...] about What Is A Glottal Stop In Phonetics?
Today we talk about diphthongs. The diphthong is a set of two vowels.In English only six vowels responsible for twenty-two vowels. All vowels can be classified in several ways, namely: on … [Read more...] about What Are The English Diphthongs
Over the years, I have found that we all have different ways of showing love to those around us. In my case, for example, I consider myself a person who shows love with physical contact, I love to … [Read more...] about The 5 languages of love: discover yours