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What are your lungs
The part of the body that stores your air

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Who is James Earl Jones?
'Luke, I am your father'

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What is stop, think, and start over?
This strategy is used when you stop the stutter when it's happening, pause, and start talking again.

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What is a fluency disorder?
This disorder includes stuttering and cluttering
 

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What are the tongue, lips, and jaw
The three parts of the body that shape sounds into individual speech sounds

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Who is Joe Biden?
The Vice President from 2009-2017
 

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What is a repetition?
This type of stutter involves repeating a sound or syllable
 

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What are the vocal folds
These types of 'folds' vibrate to make sound

300

Who is Tiger Woods?
This golfer won the 1997 Masters at the age of 21.
 

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What is a block?
This type of stutter occurs when there is no sound coming out
 

400

What is the velum
This membrane remains open in order to create nasal sounds (m, n, and ng) and closes in order to make all other sounds

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Who is Ed Sheeran?
This Grammy-winning singer has produced top hits, such as "I'm Thinking Out Loud" and "The Shape of You"
 

400

What are filler words?
The term for words like, 'um', 'uh', or 'like'
 

500

What is the diaphragm
This muscle is used to push air through the windpipe (or trachea); its spasms also causes hiccups

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Who is Bill Walton?
This former basketball player is now a famous sportscaster.
 

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What is a prolongation?
This type of stutter occurs when a sound is prolonged.
 

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