Every person sounds different, has a different voice. Interestingly no two people in the world have the exact same voice. But then we do have different types of voices. In this English Speaking lesson with Niharika you will learn different adjectives to describe various voices.
Croaky / Hoarse
If someone’s voice is croaky or hoarse it means they speak in a very low rough voice that sounds as if they have a sore throat.
The voice which has no intonation and is very monotonous, it means they have a flat voice.
A very high and squeaky voice
Deep rough voice but in an attractive way.
A very controlled and pleasant voice
Nasal voice is as if they are speaking through their nose.
Very formal, loud, clear and powerful voice
Light and pleasant voice
The voice that rises and falls in a musical way
The voice that goes up and down usually because you are nervous or when you are just about to cry.