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Pronunciation
The way in which a word is spoken in
a particular language

Grammar
The rules that govern the form of clauses, phrases and words in any given natural language.

Sentence Structure
How words combine to form larger units such as phrases and sentences.

Possessives
A word used to indicate possession. American
English uses possessive pronouns like my, mine, your, yours, his and so on.

Verb Tenses
A word to express action; the tenses are past, present and future.

Intonation & Word Stress
The specific stressed syllable in pronunciation of a particular word. The rise and fall of the words in a sentence to stress meaning and emotions

Expressions (idioms)
Common American words or phrases used to convey ideas.

Rate of Speech
How fast or slowly a person talks.

Dysarthria
A speech sound disorder caused by a motor weakness of the mouth muscles.

Aphasia
A language disorder resulting in the difficulty to understand or express oneself, caused usually by a stroke or head trauma.

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