Once actors understand and established the connection of voice, body and breathing, they focus on words. In the verbal play, words show meaning of the piece and send specific messages. During training, a large section of methods are taught to express word with deeper inner resonance as it will significantly affect how characters are portrayed and seen to the audience. Shewell (2009:103) mentions 'word filling', which illustrates the way that a speaker's voice can make a word 're-sound' with its meaning. Theoretically, it means that
Vowels always bring resonance by providing energy and emotions to the spoken words and are dependent particularly in resonance formants. Therefore, actors are able to explore hidden qualities to connect the meanings by establishing and developing resonance.
Berry mentions that words should be delivered with its intellectual meanings. He quotes;