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Marcy_cb21 6666Module 3
A DepEd-BEAM Distance Learning Program supported by the Australian Agency for International Development
USING THE CORRECT INTONATION
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Dear Learner,
How are you doing learner?
Did you have fun working on your previous module? I am
very sure you enjoyed working on the exercises and did a terrific job.
Let us move on to another learning experience about two
main kinds of final intonation patterns and its uses.
In this module, I have prepared exercises for you to do to
improve your skill using intonation. Without it, it’s impossible to
understand the expressions and thoughts that go with words. At the
same time, you can learn how to appreciate the beauty of the human
voice when it comes to expressing emotions.
Read the dialog below. Say the questions with proper intonation,
then supply their answers.
To the Learner
Let’s Try This
Let’s Learn This
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On to the New Library
Elena: Liza, how did you find Carmen’s story?
Liza: It was great. I can imagine how she felt up in the
air while she was on the plane.
Elena: Look there! Guess who’s coming.
Francis: How are you, Elena? Liza? Where are you going?
Liza: We’re fine. We are visiting the new Library. How
about joining us?
Francis: I have been there.
Elena: How is the new library?
Francis: It’s more spacious and well-ventilated. It has a lot
of new books and reading materials. There’s also
a computer for the librarian.
Liza: We heard that we have a new librarian. Who could
he or she be?
Francis: You’re right. She’s Mrs. Roda.
Elena: Where is Mrs. Bautista now? Why did she leave her
library work?
Francis: Don’t you know that Mrs. Bautista is now our new
guidance counselor?
Liza: Oh! I am so happy for her.
Elena: Come. I’m so excited about our new library. I
can’t wait to see it.
Francis: Ok, I’ll join you.
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Say the questions with proper intonation, then supply their
answers.
1. How did Liza find Carmen’s story?
2. Who approached Elena and Liza?
3. Where are the two girls going?
4. What did Francis say about the new library?
5. Who is Mrs. Bautista?
6. What is the role of Mrs. Roda?
7. How did the characters feel about the new library?
8. How did Liza feel about Mrs. Bautista’s new job?
• Did you enjoy reading the dialog?
• Let’s try to look at the answers.
1. It was great.
2. It was Francis who approached Elena and Liza.
3. The two girls are going to the new library.
4. It’s more spacious and well-ventilated.
5. Mrs. Bautista is the new Guidance Counselor.
6. Mrs. Roda is the new librarian.
7. They were excited to see the new library
8. She’s happy for her.
• Don’t worry we will have more exercises to do.
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Say these lines with proper intonation and expression.
Let’s Study This
You can’t come
in now.
Who does she think she
is? Just because her
husband tells fortunes.
Lo and behold! He really
looked like a fortuneteller
deep in meditation.
Lora, are you
insane?
Praise Allah.
You know
where it is.
Nonsense! You go back to
the plaza tomorrow or I’ll
leave for good.
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I hear you are a good
fortuneteller. What is
your name?
My treasury was just
robbed of fifteen
chests. Can you tell me
who stole them?
You’ re all useless you’d
better leave my kingdom!
That can’t be true! You
must have imagined it.
Tomorrow night, two of
you will go.
Ali, forgive me. During
these past four days,
I’ve been thinking how
wrong I was. Please
forgive me.
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We can use our voice to “act” out or dramatize a story by varying
the intonation, tempo, and volume of what we say.
Intonation is the rise and fall of the voice when a person speaks.
The voice rises in a stressed syllable or word. It falls in an unstressed
syllable or word.
The two main kinds of final intonation patterns are:
1. falling – the pitch of the voice goes downward
2. rising – the pitch of the voice goes upward
The falling intonation is used at the end of:
1. a statement, command, or request;
2. a question which cannot be answered by yes or no; and
3. a tag question expressing certainty.
FALLING INTONATION DRILL
1. statement, command, or request:
a. Ai da is an hon est ac coun ant.
b. Chil dren love to play on the san d.
c. Go home after sch ool.
d. Build com mu nities of lo ve.
e. Please turn down the ra dio.
2. questions unanswerable by yes or no:
a. What school do you go to?
b. Why do you like mathe mat ics?
c. How can I get in touch with yo u?
d. Who was the first president of the Phil ippines?
e. When do you turn thir tee n?
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3. Tag questions expressing certainty:
a. She is not your sis ter, is she?
b. They haven’t left, have they?
c. Jojo doesn’t like chocolate, does he?
d. Manila is pol lu ted, isn’t it?
e. You play the piano, don’t you?
The rising intonation is used:
1. at the end of a yes/no question;
2. after a phrase within a sentence; and
3. in enumerating persons, places, objects, etc.
4. in statements asking for affirmation.
RISING INTONATION DRILL
1. at the end of yes/no questions:
a. Is Miss Milan a nurse?
b. Are you going to the concert?
c. Have you met our new parish priest?
d. Did you do your homework?
e. Can you do me a favor?
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2. after a phrase within a sentence:
a. Mrs. de Luna, / the new governor, / launched a livelihood
project.//
b. Together with his father, / Adrian flew to Cebu.//
c. It isn’t right to skip breakfast/ in order to become slim and
slender.//
d. There are sol diers who spend their Christmases in
battlefields.//
e. Michelle was so childish/ that she sought eve rybody’s
attention/ all the time.//
3. In enumerating persons, places, objects, etc:
a. My moth er bought rice, fish, beef, and mangoes.
b. The prin cipal met the doctor, the dentist and the nurse.
c. We went to Hongkong, Taipeh, Singapore, and Bangkok.
d. Mr. Le gas pi can make beds, cabinets, chairs, and dividers.
e. The cook sliced po tatoes, chopped onions, boiled water, and
dressed the chicken.
4. in statements asking for affirmation:
a. Bernie is coming tomorrow?
b. Baybay Elementary is school is now ready for evaluation?
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Read silently the questions and identify what intonation is used:
Questions
Intonation To Use:
Rising Intonation or
Falling Intonation
1. Are you trying to convince me?
2. Do I look like your mother?
3. Where are you going next week?
4. Who was with you yesterday?
5. Are you out of your mind?
6. Where will the visitors sleep?
7. Why is your dog barking at me?
8. Have you seen my English
notebook?
9. Is your father working abroad?
10. For whom is that red rose?
• Are you done?
• Look at the Answer Key to check the answers?
• Write your score in the big bell.
• Let’s move on.
Let’s Do This
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If the sentence is a statement stating facts, change it into a
statement asking for affirmation if the statement is asking for
affirmation, change it into a statement stating facts. No. 1 is done for
you.
Set 1 Set 2
1. My sister, Jennifer, is crying. 1. My sister, Jennifer, is crying?
Start here.
Set 1 Set 2
2. You want me to close the
door.
2.
3. Let us go home now. 3.
4. 5. Sam Milby is in Davao City?
5. 6. The teachers are joining the
parade?
6. Philippines is a peaceful
country.
7.
7. The President is brave. 8.
8. 9. Eating junk food is bad for
our health?
9. Baguio City is a very cold
place.
10.
10. 11. Filipinos already reached
Mt. Everest?
• Are you done?
• Look at the Answer Key again to check the answers.
• I know you did your best in this exercise. Keep up the good
work!
Let’s Do More
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The Rising – Falling Intonation
Statements, commands, and questions not
answerable by yes or no are usually said with the falling
intonation.
Examples:
She could not do anything.
You can’t come in now.
What do I know about fortunetelling?
Who does she think she is?
When are they coming?
Where are they camping?
Why do you often pray?
The Rising Intonation
Questions answerable by yes or no are usually said
with the rising intonation.
Examples:
Are you insane?
Aren’t you happy?
Is she coming?
Can you tell me who stole them?
Let’s Remember This
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Read the following aloud to practice.
1. There are sailors who spend their Christmases on
the ship, are there not?
2. Mr. Flores, the new school principal, makes school
rounds every morning, doesn’t he?
Yes, he does.
3. This isn’t yours Susie, is it?
No, it isn’t.
4. Anabel is on a strict diet, isn’t she?
Yes, she is.
5. Lito admires Maybel very much, doesn’t he?
Yes, he does.
6. Che is afraid of it.
7. My classmate has an attentive ear.
8. The teacher is going to give the tasks at the end of
the day.
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Read these sentences carefully then identify the intonation used
by checking the appropriate column. Number 1 is done for you.
Sentences
Rising
Intonation
Falling
Intonation
1. Do you like to drink goat’s milk? √
Start here:
2. Where did you place my new pants?
3. How far is Davao City from Malita?
4. Do you find your teacher
approachable?
5. The choir sang beautifully.
6. The choir sang beautifully, didn’t it?
7. The guest of honor arrived late.
8. The get-together is great.
9. Who touched my newly painted room?
10. I wanted to run away fast.
• Are you done?
• Did you find it easy? Very Good!
• Look at the Answer Key to check your answer.
• If your score is 8-10, “Well Done”, proceed to the next module.
You’re Great!
• If your score is 5-7, That’s Good, answer the next activity.
• If your score is 4 and below, you need to review the whole
module.
Let’s Test Ourselves
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Read the sentences. Supply the missing punctuation marks. Put
or to show whether your voice has to go up or down at the end of
the sentence.
1. He is angry, isn’t he ______.
2. He is angry with me ______.
3. The visitors have arrived, haven’t they ______.
4. The visitors haven’t arrived yet, have they ______.
5. The visitors arrived on time ______.
6 – 7. Look out ______ A bus is coming your way ______.
8 – 9. That’s Incredible ______ Do you believe it ______.
10. Let’s go and see it now ______.
Let’s Enrich
Ourselves
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Let’s Do This
1. Rising Intonation 6. Falling Intonation
2. Rising Intonation 7. Falling Intonation
3. Falling Intonation 8. Rising Intonation
4. Falling Intonation 9. Rising Intonation
5. Rising Intonation 10. Falling Intonation
Let’s Do More
1.
2. You want me to close the door?
3. Let us go home now?
4. Sam Milby is in Davao City.
5. The teachers are joing the parade.
6. Philippines is a peaceful country?
7. The President is brave?
8. Eating junk food is bad for our health.
9. Baguio City is a very cold place?
10. Filipinos already reached Mt. Everest.
Let’s Test Ourselves
1. 6. Rising Intonation
2. Falling Intonation 7. Falling Intonation
3. Falling Intonation 8. Falling Intonation
4. Rising Intonation 9. Falling Intonation
5. Falling Intonation 10. Falling Intonation
Let’s Enrich Ourselves
1. ? 6. !
2. . 7. .
3. ? 8. !
4. ? 9. ?
5. . 10. .
Answer Key

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Let's Learn Intonation

  • 1. ENGLISHENGLISHENGLISHENGLISH Marcy_cb21 6666Module 3 A DepEd-BEAM Distance Learning Program supported by the Australian Agency for International Development USING THE CORRECT INTONATION
  • 2. 25 Dear Learner, How are you doing learner? Did you have fun working on your previous module? I am very sure you enjoyed working on the exercises and did a terrific job. Let us move on to another learning experience about two main kinds of final intonation patterns and its uses. In this module, I have prepared exercises for you to do to improve your skill using intonation. Without it, it’s impossible to understand the expressions and thoughts that go with words. At the same time, you can learn how to appreciate the beauty of the human voice when it comes to expressing emotions. Read the dialog below. Say the questions with proper intonation, then supply their answers. To the Learner Let’s Try This Let’s Learn This
  • 3. 26 On to the New Library Elena: Liza, how did you find Carmen’s story? Liza: It was great. I can imagine how she felt up in the air while she was on the plane. Elena: Look there! Guess who’s coming. Francis: How are you, Elena? Liza? Where are you going? Liza: We’re fine. We are visiting the new Library. How about joining us? Francis: I have been there. Elena: How is the new library? Francis: It’s more spacious and well-ventilated. It has a lot of new books and reading materials. There’s also a computer for the librarian. Liza: We heard that we have a new librarian. Who could he or she be? Francis: You’re right. She’s Mrs. Roda. Elena: Where is Mrs. Bautista now? Why did she leave her library work? Francis: Don’t you know that Mrs. Bautista is now our new guidance counselor? Liza: Oh! I am so happy for her. Elena: Come. I’m so excited about our new library. I can’t wait to see it. Francis: Ok, I’ll join you.
  • 4. 27 Say the questions with proper intonation, then supply their answers. 1. How did Liza find Carmen’s story? 2. Who approached Elena and Liza? 3. Where are the two girls going? 4. What did Francis say about the new library? 5. Who is Mrs. Bautista? 6. What is the role of Mrs. Roda? 7. How did the characters feel about the new library? 8. How did Liza feel about Mrs. Bautista’s new job? • Did you enjoy reading the dialog? • Let’s try to look at the answers. 1. It was great. 2. It was Francis who approached Elena and Liza. 3. The two girls are going to the new library. 4. It’s more spacious and well-ventilated. 5. Mrs. Bautista is the new Guidance Counselor. 6. Mrs. Roda is the new librarian. 7. They were excited to see the new library 8. She’s happy for her. • Don’t worry we will have more exercises to do.
  • 5. 28 Say these lines with proper intonation and expression. Let’s Study This You can’t come in now. Who does she think she is? Just because her husband tells fortunes. Lo and behold! He really looked like a fortuneteller deep in meditation. Lora, are you insane? Praise Allah. You know where it is. Nonsense! You go back to the plaza tomorrow or I’ll leave for good.
  • 6. 29 I hear you are a good fortuneteller. What is your name? My treasury was just robbed of fifteen chests. Can you tell me who stole them? You’ re all useless you’d better leave my kingdom! That can’t be true! You must have imagined it. Tomorrow night, two of you will go. Ali, forgive me. During these past four days, I’ve been thinking how wrong I was. Please forgive me.
  • 7. 30 We can use our voice to “act” out or dramatize a story by varying the intonation, tempo, and volume of what we say. Intonation is the rise and fall of the voice when a person speaks. The voice rises in a stressed syllable or word. It falls in an unstressed syllable or word. The two main kinds of final intonation patterns are: 1. falling – the pitch of the voice goes downward 2. rising – the pitch of the voice goes upward The falling intonation is used at the end of: 1. a statement, command, or request; 2. a question which cannot be answered by yes or no; and 3. a tag question expressing certainty. FALLING INTONATION DRILL 1. statement, command, or request: a. Ai da is an hon est ac coun ant. b. Chil dren love to play on the san d. c. Go home after sch ool. d. Build com mu nities of lo ve. e. Please turn down the ra dio. 2. questions unanswerable by yes or no: a. What school do you go to? b. Why do you like mathe mat ics? c. How can I get in touch with yo u? d. Who was the first president of the Phil ippines? e. When do you turn thir tee n?
  • 8. 31 3. Tag questions expressing certainty: a. She is not your sis ter, is she? b. They haven’t left, have they? c. Jojo doesn’t like chocolate, does he? d. Manila is pol lu ted, isn’t it? e. You play the piano, don’t you? The rising intonation is used: 1. at the end of a yes/no question; 2. after a phrase within a sentence; and 3. in enumerating persons, places, objects, etc. 4. in statements asking for affirmation. RISING INTONATION DRILL 1. at the end of yes/no questions: a. Is Miss Milan a nurse? b. Are you going to the concert? c. Have you met our new parish priest? d. Did you do your homework? e. Can you do me a favor?
  • 9. 32 2. after a phrase within a sentence: a. Mrs. de Luna, / the new governor, / launched a livelihood project.// b. Together with his father, / Adrian flew to Cebu.// c. It isn’t right to skip breakfast/ in order to become slim and slender.// d. There are sol diers who spend their Christmases in battlefields.// e. Michelle was so childish/ that she sought eve rybody’s attention/ all the time.// 3. In enumerating persons, places, objects, etc: a. My moth er bought rice, fish, beef, and mangoes. b. The prin cipal met the doctor, the dentist and the nurse. c. We went to Hongkong, Taipeh, Singapore, and Bangkok. d. Mr. Le gas pi can make beds, cabinets, chairs, and dividers. e. The cook sliced po tatoes, chopped onions, boiled water, and dressed the chicken. 4. in statements asking for affirmation: a. Bernie is coming tomorrow? b. Baybay Elementary is school is now ready for evaluation?
  • 10. 33 Read silently the questions and identify what intonation is used: Questions Intonation To Use: Rising Intonation or Falling Intonation 1. Are you trying to convince me? 2. Do I look like your mother? 3. Where are you going next week? 4. Who was with you yesterday? 5. Are you out of your mind? 6. Where will the visitors sleep? 7. Why is your dog barking at me? 8. Have you seen my English notebook? 9. Is your father working abroad? 10. For whom is that red rose? • Are you done? • Look at the Answer Key to check the answers? • Write your score in the big bell. • Let’s move on. Let’s Do This
  • 11. 34 If the sentence is a statement stating facts, change it into a statement asking for affirmation if the statement is asking for affirmation, change it into a statement stating facts. No. 1 is done for you. Set 1 Set 2 1. My sister, Jennifer, is crying. 1. My sister, Jennifer, is crying? Start here. Set 1 Set 2 2. You want me to close the door. 2. 3. Let us go home now. 3. 4. 5. Sam Milby is in Davao City? 5. 6. The teachers are joining the parade? 6. Philippines is a peaceful country. 7. 7. The President is brave. 8. 8. 9. Eating junk food is bad for our health? 9. Baguio City is a very cold place. 10. 10. 11. Filipinos already reached Mt. Everest? • Are you done? • Look at the Answer Key again to check the answers. • I know you did your best in this exercise. Keep up the good work! Let’s Do More
  • 12. 35 The Rising – Falling Intonation Statements, commands, and questions not answerable by yes or no are usually said with the falling intonation. Examples: She could not do anything. You can’t come in now. What do I know about fortunetelling? Who does she think she is? When are they coming? Where are they camping? Why do you often pray? The Rising Intonation Questions answerable by yes or no are usually said with the rising intonation. Examples: Are you insane? Aren’t you happy? Is she coming? Can you tell me who stole them? Let’s Remember This
  • 13. 36 Read the following aloud to practice. 1. There are sailors who spend their Christmases on the ship, are there not? 2. Mr. Flores, the new school principal, makes school rounds every morning, doesn’t he? Yes, he does. 3. This isn’t yours Susie, is it? No, it isn’t. 4. Anabel is on a strict diet, isn’t she? Yes, she is. 5. Lito admires Maybel very much, doesn’t he? Yes, he does. 6. Che is afraid of it. 7. My classmate has an attentive ear. 8. The teacher is going to give the tasks at the end of the day.
  • 14. 37 Read these sentences carefully then identify the intonation used by checking the appropriate column. Number 1 is done for you. Sentences Rising Intonation Falling Intonation 1. Do you like to drink goat’s milk? √ Start here: 2. Where did you place my new pants? 3. How far is Davao City from Malita? 4. Do you find your teacher approachable? 5. The choir sang beautifully. 6. The choir sang beautifully, didn’t it? 7. The guest of honor arrived late. 8. The get-together is great. 9. Who touched my newly painted room? 10. I wanted to run away fast. • Are you done? • Did you find it easy? Very Good! • Look at the Answer Key to check your answer. • If your score is 8-10, “Well Done”, proceed to the next module. You’re Great! • If your score is 5-7, That’s Good, answer the next activity. • If your score is 4 and below, you need to review the whole module. Let’s Test Ourselves
  • 15. 38 Read the sentences. Supply the missing punctuation marks. Put or to show whether your voice has to go up or down at the end of the sentence. 1. He is angry, isn’t he ______. 2. He is angry with me ______. 3. The visitors have arrived, haven’t they ______. 4. The visitors haven’t arrived yet, have they ______. 5. The visitors arrived on time ______. 6 – 7. Look out ______ A bus is coming your way ______. 8 – 9. That’s Incredible ______ Do you believe it ______. 10. Let’s go and see it now ______. Let’s Enrich Ourselves
  • 16. 39 Let’s Do This 1. Rising Intonation 6. Falling Intonation 2. Rising Intonation 7. Falling Intonation 3. Falling Intonation 8. Rising Intonation 4. Falling Intonation 9. Rising Intonation 5. Rising Intonation 10. Falling Intonation Let’s Do More 1. 2. You want me to close the door? 3. Let us go home now? 4. Sam Milby is in Davao City. 5. The teachers are joing the parade. 6. Philippines is a peaceful country? 7. The President is brave? 8. Eating junk food is bad for our health. 9. Baguio City is a very cold place? 10. Filipinos already reached Mt. Everest. Let’s Test Ourselves 1. 6. Rising Intonation 2. Falling Intonation 7. Falling Intonation 3. Falling Intonation 8. Falling Intonation 4. Rising Intonation 9. Falling Intonation 5. Falling Intonation 10. Falling Intonation Let’s Enrich Ourselves 1. ? 6. ! 2. . 7. . 3. ? 8. ! 4. ? 9. ? 5. . 10. . Answer Key