+0

1. Is a 'husky voice' pleasant or unpleasant?



2. And does this sentence make sense: "to make an impression of someone's voice"? And if so, what do you understand by that?



3. While at this, does it make sense to say: "to make an impression of someone's demeanour"? Also, what do you understand by that?

+0

1) Yes, especially in a woman

2) No

3) No

+0
Christine Christie1. Is a 'husky voice' pleasant or unpleasant?

It's like modern music. It depends on who hears it.

Christine Christie

2. And does this sentence make sense: "to make an impression of someone's voice"? And if so, what do you understand by that?

3. While at this, And how about this one? Does it make sense to say: "to make an impression of someone's demeanour"? Also, what do you understand by that?

I don't understand anything by either of those.

You need to know the difference between "make an impression" and "form an impression".

You can "make an impression" (on someone), "make a good impression", or "make a bad impression", but you have to stop there. You can't add "of something". Making an impression is like "sending" the impression to other people. Marilyn made a good impression during her audition. (The judges liked her performance.)

But you "form an impression" (of someone). That's when another person "sends" the impression to you.

When Paula Jones accused President Clinton of sexual harassment, it led most of us to question her motives and to try to form an impression of her in order to ascertain whether her claims were real or not. — Moskowitz: Social Cognition

CJ