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Great article by Julie Sedivy (): "In truth, disfluencies appear to distract mainly tho… https://t.co/WTAw6xmhDH21 weeks 4 days ago
Interesting read on um usage. And no, that wasn't a filled pause in the last sentence! https://t.co/EtRizdIf7o21 weeks 4 days ago
RT : Burden leads to entrance exam errors https://t.co/YEPYhrdsrU 24 weeks 4 days ago
I definitely second recommendations for Brahms, Schostakovich, Tchaikovsky, and Debussy. But I also highly recommen… https://t.co/czMwLj5MbZ25 weeks 1 day ago
RT : Um, Uh, Huh? Are These Words Clues To Understanding Human Language? https://t.co/W2scEumYpa https://t.co/09r0tMrAgd40 weeks 7 hours ago
Hi Ralph, Thank you for your tweets.Can you please DM us your booking reference so we can assist you?Thank you — 40 weeks 1 day ago
I want to add extra baggage for my trip, but I can't see any option to do so on the My Reservation page. What do I do? — 40 weeks 1 day ago
Is there a saying about minds that think alike...? — 40 weeks 6 days ago
wut we tweeted the exact same thing — 40 weeks 6 days ago
Welcome to the club: https://t.co/cFt6JvTPGu40 weeks 6 days ago
RT : Are filled pauses regionally marked? Great question by Gold, Ross & Earnshaw 41 weeks 3 days ago
RT : My only issue with Toastmasters is they actively discourage filled pauses, which are important in effective speech https://t.co/k2P5o9ppYI41 weeks 6 days ago
RT : Your ums and uhs may be playing a key role in building trust: https://t.co/iiObkesuzg43 weeks 14 hours ago
RT : They usually mean that you speak with very few filled pauses. No "uhhhs" or "errrs." That's usually all it takes. — 45 weeks 3 days ago