Intonation in sentences

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The word you stress in a sentence can change the meaning of the whole sentence. Use correct intonation to express yourself well.

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Intonation in sentences

  1. 1. Intonation The same sentence can have different meanings!!!! 
  2. 2. I did not say you stole my red hat. This means: Someone else said it, not me
  3. 3. I did not say you stole my red hat. This means: I am very angry and strongly deny…
  4. 4.  I did not say you stole my red hat. This also means: I am very angry and strongly deny…
  5. 5. I did not say you stole my red hat. This means: I think you stole it. Did you? Also I did not actually make this accusation
  6. 6. I did not say you stole my red hat Means: I wasn't accusing you. I know it was someone else
  7. 7. I did not say you stole my red hat. Means: I said you did something else with it, or maybe borrowed it.
  8. 8. I did not say you stole my red hat Means: I meant that you stole someone else's red hat
  9. 9. I did not say you stole my red hat. Means: I said that you stole my (any other colour) hat.
  10. 10. I did not say that you stole my red Means: I said that you stole my red bat/cat etc. You misunderstood my pronunciation. hat.
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