Question FBQ1 : A speech chain is a series of …………
Answer: Utterances

Question FBQ2 : Speech can be referred to as
Answer: spoken words

Question FBQ3 : one basic characteristic of a chain is that it is made up of
Answer: Many units

Question FBQ4 : The speech chain contains many units, the most basic among them being
Answer: The syllable

Question FBQ5 : One major difference between an ordinary chain and the speech chain is that speech chain is
Answer: An intangible, auditory reality

Question FBQ6 : Rhythm is a structural mechanism that can be described as a succession of
Answer: Distinctive elements

Question FBQ7 : The psychology of rhythm is predicated on two basic laws known as
Answer: Assimilation and dissimilation

Question FBQ8 : ……….. the alternating between strong and weak syllables
Answer: Speech rhythm

Question FBQ9 : From the phonetic point of view, stress groups are pronounced like
Answer: One word

Question FBQ10 : A breath group is any sequence of speech that can be pronounced on
Answer: One breath

Question FBQ11 : Utterances resulting from the stringing together of a number of syllables are….
Answer: stand-alone speech chain

Question FBQ12 : ……is a series of phonetic words resulting into a very long utterance
Answer: A complex speech chain

Question FBQ13 : A series of paragraphs is an example of ………
Answer: A complex speech chain

Question FBQ14 : The melodic contour accompanying an utterance from the beginning to the end is called…….
Answer: Intonation

Question FBQ15 : ……..can serve as a structural way of removing syntactic ambiguity.
Answer: Intonation

Question FBQ16 : …..is the minimal distinctive unit of grammar.
Answer: Morpheme

Question FBQ17 : Three functional paradigms of intonation are the continuatives, the conclusive and ……..
Answer: The parenthesis

Question FBQ18 : ….can be defined as a “special type of connected speech production mode where the message is not direct”
Answer: Reading aloud

Question FBQ19 : ………are breaks that occur in the speech chain
Answer: Pauses

Question FBQ20 : ………. are language-specific pauses because they are induced by the nature of the language
Answer: Grammatical pauses

Question FBQ21 : …….. is “the study of the rules governing the way words are combined to form sentences”.
Answer: Syntax

Question FBQ22 : …. is “an unplanned, natural, direct on-line speech production mode”
Answer: Spontaneous speech

Question FBQ23 : …… can be simply defined as speech repair mechanism
Answer: Reparanda

Question FBQ24 : …… is a formal discussion between two people.
Answer: Dialogue

Question FBQ25 : …….. is a long speech by one person
Answer: Monologue

Question FBQ26 : ……….. is a vocal indications of signing off
Answer: A fall in the voice

Question FBQ27 : ……. defined as “the recognition and comprehension of written text”
Answer: Reading

Question FBQ28 : ……….demarcates the boundaries of the constituents and also marks the syntactic relationship of two contiguous units
Answer: Intonation morpheme

Question FBQ29 : The two main types of intonation are…
Answer: The rising and falling intonation

Question FBQ30 : In a French speech chain, we have two types of syllables …………and ………..
Answer: Accented and non-accented syllables

Question FBQ31 : Breath groups are multiples of
Answer: Stress groups

Question FBQ32 : Stress groups end with ………..
Answer: Accented syllables

Question FBQ33 : Breath groups end……..
Answer: With a pause

Question FBQ34 : ……..are used in segmenting/demarcating linguistic boundaries in the speech chain
Answer: Stress groups

Question FBQ35 : …….is a Greek word meaning a permanent tonic prominence given to the last syllable on a speech chain.
Answer: Oxytony

Question MCQ1 : The necklace worn around the neck is a very good example of a ….........
Answer: chain

Question MCQ2 : The speech chain contains many units, the most basic among them being ….......
Answer: the syllable

Question MCQ3 : A…........ as a series of connected metal rings
Answer: chain

Question MCQ4 : In French, syllables are combined into ….... types of groups
Answer: Two

Question MCQ5 : ………….means the alternating between strong and weak syllables
Answer: Rhythm in speech

Question MCQ6 : …......means a permanent tonic prominence given to the last syllable on a speech chain
Answer: Oxytony

Question MCQ7 : ….......... groups are used in segmenting/demarcating linguistic boundaries in the speech chain
Answer: Stress

Question MCQ8 : ……is known as a series of phonetic words resulting into a very long utterance.
Answer: complex speech chain

Question MCQ9 : An entire text of a novel is an example of…...........
Answer: complex speech chain

Question MCQ10 : French is spoken in …………..
Answer: Syllables

Question MCQ11 : The concept of rhythm is a succession of distinctive
Answer: elements

Question MCQ12 : A stress group is a series of ……………….
Answer: syllables

Question MCQ13 : From the phonetic point of view, stress groups are pronounced like…………..
Answer: One word

Question MCQ14 : A breath group is any sequence of speech that can be pronounced on
Answer: One breath.

Question MCQ15 : Ce n’est pas vrai! is an example of a
Answer: Breath group

Question MCQ16 : Stress groups have an accented syllable at
Answer: The end

Question MCQ17 : Rhythm is a structure of the
Answer: Speech chain

Question MCQ18 : The main linguistic function of stress groups is that of ………….
Answer: Boundary delimitation

Question MCQ19 : Breath groups are multiples of stress groups
Answer: Multiple

Question MCQ20 : Breath groups end with a ………
Answer:

Question MCQ21 : Incroyable! Is an example of……….
Answer: Stand-alone speech chain

Question MCQ22 : A tout à l’heure is an example of…….
Answer: Stand-alone speech chain

Question MCQ23 : Hier Is an example of……
Answer: Stand-alone speech chain

Question MCQ24 : Mesdames, Messieurs, bonjour is an example of…….
Answer: Stand-alone speech chain

Question MCQ25 : Je suis allée au marché, vers trois heures de l’après-midi. is an example of…….
Answer: Stand-alone speech chain

Question MCQ26 : In spoken French, final syllables are twice as…….. as other syllables
Answer: Long

Question MCQ27 : Speech chain design can be simple or……….
Answer: Complex.

Question MCQ28 : Stand-alone speech chains and that they are utterances resulting from a stringing together of
Answer: Syllables

Question MCQ29 : Simple speech chains can contain one or more orthographic words
Answer: Words

Question MCQ30 : Short), that the more number of syllables, the longer the …………
Answer: Speech chain

Question MCQ31 : The beginning and the end of French utterances are
Answer: Distinctive

Question MCQ32 : The beginning of a simple declarative sentence is marked
Answer: By a rising intonation

Question MCQ33 : Listening expectancy cues are important in……..
Answer: Helping the speaker to structure his message.

Question MCQ34 : Listening expectancy cues are important in……..
Answer: Facilitating comprehension for the listener.

Question MCQ35 : A complex speech chain as a series of phonetic words resulting into a very …… utterance.
Answer: Long