Yuma and Ayaka

Yuma and Ayaka

Cross-talk pausing is very high with this discussion, 51.1 seconds, and the overall amount of silence is very high 31.0% or 186.4 seconds (3 minutes). The average mean length of pausing is also notable, with Yuma MLP being 6.3 seconds and Ayaka’s 9.1. Nonetheless, Yuma has slightly more production with 229 words compared to Ayaka’s 195. Speaking rate is average (72.7 for Yuma) to high 99.9 for Ayaka. The conversation is a bit awkward.

Naoyuki and Sho

Naoyuki and Sho

Both males have a high speaking rate, 106.5 for Sho, and 112.6 for Naoyuki. Cross-talk pausing is not very high, 19.0 seconds, as well as the percentage of silence, 9.9% though this is 74.8 seconds. Mean length runs are fairly normal 12.6/9.0, and both participants are productive, with Naoyuki having 640 words and Sho having 441 words. Both males have few minimal responses

Naoyuki and Yuma

Naoyuki and Yuma

This conversation is notable insofar that there is an unusually high rate of cross-talk pausing 54.4, which is rather uncommon for males. The overall amount of silence is also extremely high: 136.7 seconds. Yuma has a high rate of use of L1 and a low speaking rate, 71. 4 as compared to Naoyuki’s 118.1 which is more average for this level of proficiency; however, Naoyuki does have a very high rate of repetition and meaningless syllables. Yuma’s monotone does make listening difficult, and this is one issue that should be addressed. More minimal responses in this conversation. Both participants do have a very high number of words, for Naoyuki 475, and for Yuma, 399.

Sho and Miya

Sho and Miya

In this discussion, there is a moderate level of cross-talk pausing, 22.7 seconds; the amount of silence is 46.7 seconds or 7.6%. Furthermore, it is interesting that Sho tends to ask most of the questions. He also has the highest number of words 431 compared to Miya’s 280. Miya does not seem to be aware that she should also inquire or to provide more descriptive answers, or opinions. There is not-enough follow-up. Miya has too much repetition, and again, the number of words are showing that males again tend to dominate conversations, with Sho having 431 and Miya having only 280.

Miya and Ayaka

Miya and Ayaka

This is one of the more “silent” discussions with cross-talk pausing being extremely high 202.4 seconds, and the overall amount of silence being 311.2 seconds or 40.6%. Minimal responses almost make up the entire discussions. It seems that both girls had a hard time relating to each other. Ayaka’s silence is 87.2 compared to Miya’s 21.6. Speaking rate is about average 66.0 to Miya’s 86.2. MLPs are long 7.2 seconds.

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