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    Exclamation Utterance

    Hello everyone,
    Here is the definition of (Utterance)in the glossary of this site. In the last part, shouldn`t we change the place of (possible)? so that, it would be:...the longest uninterrupted possible speech.

    An Utterance is a complete unit of speech (what one speaker says before the next starts), ranging from a single word to the longest uninterrupted speech possible.

    Thanks in advance,

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    Fine either way to me.

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