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The speech is an artificial expression of thoughts and feelings. The speech, as every art, requires learning and has lesser abilities than a natural expression.

Speech Thoughts and feelings
Logical foundation Limited, coarse Unlimited
Object linking Sequence, linearity Parallelism, structure, volume
Rate limit Rhythms of speaking and hearing Unlimited

The vowels are informative enough, and they make the speech emotional and musical. For example, the Chinese language has different tones of vowels with a lexical meaning. In the Semitic languages, on the contrary, the lexical meaning of vowels is not so important.

The syllable is a rhythmic part of a speech, like a musical sound (note).

The word is a sequence of syllables, one of which is accented. If the accent is rhythmic, then the words are like a musical bars (measures).

The poetry is a speech with the musical properties, i.e. with a rhythm of words and syllables, known as a metre and a rhyme.

The consonant Informatics is based on three pairs of the binary values. The average number of any language consonants is 20.

Three classes and three tonalities produce a matrix, which contains approximately 2-3 similar consonants at each cell. Here’s an example for 23 English consonants:

Class Tonality
sonorants m, n, ŋ l, r j
stop b, p d, t, dʒ, t∫ g, k
noisy v, f, θ, ð z, s, (ʒ), ∫ h

The sonorants are similar to the vowels, because they are not noisy too. The noisy consonants differ from the stop consonants by an ability of continuous pronunciation.

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