INTONATION
The pitch of the
voice
No specific rules
LABELS FUNCTIONSFORMS
Higher
Lower
Can be put
together in
various
comb...
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Intonation

  1. 1. INTONATION The pitch of the voice No specific rules LABELS FUNCTIONSFORMS Higher Lower Can be put together in various combinations Fall Rise Indicates completeness Indicates incompleteness *Statements *Instruction *Wh-questions *Questions tags *End of a list *Yes/no questions *Questions tags when you`re have insure. *Questions tags where both parts are affirmative. It is used to signal ends and beginning in conversation It is used to show a situation is open or closed It is used to show expectations

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