does the nose help in speaking 

Asked by ayushkamboj078 | 19th Jan, 2019, 10:07: PM

Expert Answer:

Diaphragm is a large muscle that helps push air from the lungs into the voice box. The voice box or larynx has vocal cords that vibrate to produce your voice. Then, the lips, tongue, and teeth form the sounds to make speech.  The resulting sound quality is called resonance.

As you speak, your soft palate on the roof of your mouth rises until it presses against the back of your throat. This creates a seal that controls the amount of air that passes through your nose depending on the sounds you speak.

Depending on the amount of air paasing through the nose, a person can have hyponasal or hypernasal voice. 

Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 21st Jan, 2019, 05:03: PM