Directions: Read each question carefully. Write the letter of your answer On the blank.
1. What is a collective term used to describe variations of pauses, pitch, stress, volume and tempo?
a. figure of speech c. prosodic figure of speech
b. prosodic faeture of speech d. suprasegmental figures
2. What is pitch?
a. It refers to how loud or soft a speaker talks.
b. It refers to how fast or slow a speaker talk.
c. It refers to how high or low the speaker's voice is.
d. It refers to the emphasis given to a word or a syllable.
3. Which sentence means a man needs a woman based on the placement of pauses?
a. A woman without her man is nothing.//
b. A woman without her man // is nothing.
c. A woman without her / man /is nothing.
d A woman / without her / man is nothing.
4. When a person gets angry and started shouting. which prosodic feature is exemplified?
a. pause b. tempo c. stress d. volume
5 Which situation would use a fast tempo as a prosodic feature of speech?
a. a priest / preacher giving a sermon
b. a person in a hurry to say something
c. an elder who is already 70 to 80 years old
d. a doctor explaining to a patient what to do
In musical terminology, tempo is the speed or pace of a given piece. In classical music, tempo is typically indicated with an instruction at the start of a piece and is usually measured in beats per minute.
(NOT MY OWN ANSWER)
Tempo means the speed at which a piece of music should be played.