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- n. An effect on speech, such as length, stress, tone, and aspiration, that extends over more than one segment of sounds.
- adj. Of or relating to a suprasegmental.
- adj. More than a segment.
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- adj. pertaining to a feature of speech that extends over more than a single speech sound
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Plus it should be asked whether there was some kind of suprasegmental differentiation (such as stress accent) between SC1 and SC2 in poetry.
Maybe there are ... things that behave as if they are eternal, essential, but are actually manifest as all themes must be, coded in scriptures and statues, suprasegmental features of dreams and fictions, engaging with each other through us as their medium.
Computer-assisted language learning: Computer-assisted language learning or CALL can be an important tool when attempting to help the learner become more autonomous by allowing him/her to hear his/her own errors and mistakes and see both segmental and suprasegmental graphic representations.
While the traditional approach is concerned with isolated sounds and native like pronunciation, the research-based approach deals with suprasegmental features and targets at communication.
S disreputably armoured that we run out of radioactively victoria for equipping, safely in the suprasegmental digram, and overmuch for caimitillo.