1. The bump on the front of the throat that indicates the position of the larynx is called the _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 4: The Vocal Mechanism]
    Hyoid bone    esophagus
    epiglottis    trachea
    uvula    Adam's apple

2. The vocal folds should "zip up" as you sing _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 7: Vocal Registers]
    higher    softer
    falsetto    lower
    vocal fry    louder

3. The singer should make the listener a _______ in their song to the Lord.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 9: Communicate the Message]
    fan    partner
    friend    passive observer
    servant    song leader

4. There were as many as _____ musicians at one time in the Old Testament
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 1: A Reason to Sing]
    5,000    3,000
    4,000    6,000
    1,000    2,000

5. The singer's instrument is from his _______ to his _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 2: Supportive Posture]
    vocal cords, chest    head, vocal cords
    vocal cords, belly    head, chest
    head, feet    sinus cavities, neck

6. Scripture records that Jesus sang _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 1: A Reason to Sing]
    after the resurrection    after being tempted by Satan
    on the mount of transfiguration    just before ascending into heaven
    in the temple    at the last supper

7. Accent syllables that would be naturally accented when _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 8: Articulation and Phrasing]
    reading silently    shouting
    speaking    angry
    whispering    happy

8. The singer can practice breathing from the diaphragm by laying on his _______ on the floor.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 3: Breathe from the Diaphragm]
    left side    arms
    stomach    hands and knees
    right side    back

9. "Approximated" means _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 4: The Vocal Mechanism]
    spread apart    relaxed
    upward moving    well adjusted
    tensed    brought together

10. Flexible, active lips and tongue help the singer produce clear _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 8: Articulation and Phrasing]
    pitches    notes
    vowels    consonants
    diphthongs    phrases