Here are a dozen questions about the human voice. Use your mouse to click the button next to the answer you believe is correct. When you've answered all the questions, click on "Get Score" to have your quiz immediately scored.

These questions may seem like bits and pieces of information, but if you can score 100%, you've got a good idea about how humans speak, squeak, scream and squeal!

1. Voice is produced when air goes by the vocal cords (or vocal folds), causing them to: 2. An example of using the "articulators" would be: 3. We know that the vocal folds work best when they are moist. We also know that drinking caffeine tends to dry out of the body, so limiting caffeine may be good for the voice. Which of the following contains caffeine? 4. What does the following list of words have in common: the, of, and, a, to, in, is, you, that, it 5. Too much loud talking and screaming may cause little bumps on the vocal folds called: 6. We speak and sing during inhalation, or breathing in air 7. How many vocal folds do humans have? 8. The pitch of someone's voice describes: 9. Compare the way a human makes sound with the way a trumpet produces a musical note. Which of the following is true: 10. Belching or burping happens when: 11. The Adam's Apple in a man's neck is often more noticeable than in a woman's neck because: 12 Sometimes actors or singers use a yawn to warm up before a performance. The yawn opens up what part of the vocal system?

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