Is it the same?”
No, I have not heard of any study that proves that females are more falsetto than males. But do females have a lower frequency of falsetto? If so, why? And can these differences in the frequency of falsetto within the species be explained by differences in genetic structure or other physical differences? If they cannot, how can they be explained in terms of differences in vocal behavior? One hypothesis to explain lower falsetto in females is that the pitch of female falsetto, compared with male falsetto, is lower in female falsetto because the lower pitch corresponds with their sex, not the pitch of the voice. Also, falsetto is easier to learn and to sustain. This hypothesis also suggests that the lower frequency of falsetto in males corresponds with the lengthier span of their sex chromosomes.
(The following reply is provided by a student who writes: “I’ve asked the student to provide links to the corresponding studies. I’ll do that when my time permits.”)
In this particular topic (in which I have no expertise), “Suffixes,” is a useful word to use: it’s an alternative way of calling letters to indicate their position with respect to other letters in a word. So in English, where only the first letter of each word is a vowel (or sometimes the last), the word suffix “-” is added to indicate the presence or absence of a vowel, as in, “the star that is on top of the pyramid.” Also, the suffix “-ed” indicates the presence or absence of a consonant (as in “to” or “to be”).
If I were to go to a class and asked which letter is the letter “B” (or which letter stands for a vowel), those students would say, “It’s “b”!”
We do learn how to “pronue” words by learning suffixes: first, we learn its role in the word; second, it’s how we pronounce it. If I ask, “Do you know how many letters there are in the English alphabet?” I can say something as follows: “Yes, it has seven letters. But there are two letters, “b” and “n,” which stand for the sound B (or I). But there are no letters in “n,” and in “b,” there is a b.” When I ask students what that letter is, they say,
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