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yassy_xo

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Can someone please explain to me this dot point:
Outline the structure of the human larynx and the associated structures that assist the production of sound.

I can't really grasp the concept and its really annoying considering how close exams are...

Thanks heaps!
 

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Can someone please explain to me this dot point:
Outline the structure of the human larynx and the associated structures that assist the production of sound.

I can't really grasp the concept and its really annoying considering how close exams are...

Thanks heaps!

Hey, so for tackling this question, I would look at first briefly defining the term larynx- so just state what it is actually responsible for and then where its found. Then I would talk about the most important parts of the larynx itself. Then after this, you must talk about how to tongue moves and the vocal cord muscles work to create sound. But you must remember to describe each part though
 

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Hey, so for tackling this question, I would look at first briefly defining the term larynx- so just state what it is actually responsible for and then where its found. Then I would talk about the most important parts of the larynx itself. Then after this, you must talk about how to tongue moves and the vocal cord muscles work to create sound. But you must remember to describe each part though
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Stucture (Anatomy) and then function (movement and sound producing capability) is how you tackle these responses.
 

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