Vocal Differentiators

Examples of Vocal Differentiators

Vocal differentiator is the category of paralanguageOpens in new window which refers to another way that how one says something can be influenced by how it is said.

Examples of vocal differentiators are crying, laughing, and breaking, where breaking refers to speaking in a broken or halting manner.

Clearly, a phraseOpens in new window uttered by a crying person will mean something different than one said by a laughing person.