Blending, phrasing and intonation

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Blending, phrasing and intonation

  1. 1. Blending, Phrasing and Intonation<br />Presented by:<br />Mr. Ryan Lualhati<br />
  2. 2. Phrasing – it is grouping of words in a long sentence in order to express a clear thought and to catch one’s breath while speaking.<br />A single bar ( / ) indicates a stop after a phrase and a double ( / / ) bar a stop after a sentence.<br />PHRASING<br />
  3. 3. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources / has ordered a nationwide inventory of forest occupants / or upland farmers occupying public forest lands / as input to comprehensive forestation program / it is currently working on.//<br />Exercise<br />
  4. 4. Blending – it is saying the words in phrase as if they were one word.<br />In blending, the final consonant sound of a word is blended with the initial vowel sound of the next word.<br />BLENDING<br />
  5. 5. The hardworking underdog is not a coward.<br />I stubbed my big toe on a stone.<br />Catholicism has an enormous influence on civilization.<br />The all-around athlete is a worthy idol.<br />His ancestor across an old coliseum.<br />Exercise<br />
  6. 6. Intonation – it 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.<br />INTONATION<br />
  7. 7. 1. Shift – a pitch change between two Syllables.<br />2. Glide – a pitch within a syllable .<br />Types of Pitch Movements<br />
  8. 8. 1. Falling – The pitch of the voice goes downward.<br />2. Rising – The pitch of the voice goes upward.<br />Two Kinds of Final Intonation Patterns<br />
  9. 9. a statement, a command or request<br />a question which cannot be answered by yes or no.<br />a tag question expressing certainty<br />Uses of Falling Intonation<br />
  10. 10. a statement, a command or request<br />Aida is an honest accountant.<br />Children love to play on the sand.<br />Go home after school.<br />Exercise<br />
  11. 11. a question which cannot be answered by yes or no.<br />What school do you got to?<br />Why do you like mathematics?<br />How can I get in touch with you?<br />Exercise<br />
  12. 12. a tag question expressing certainty<br />She is not your sister, is she?<br />They haven’t left, have they?<br />Jojo doesn’t like chocolate, does he?<br />Exercise <br />
  13. 13. at the end of a yes / no question<br />after a phrase within a sentence<br />in enumerating persons, places objects, etc.<br />Uses of Rising Intonation<br />
  14. 14. at the end of a yes / no question<br /><ul><li>Is Miss Milan a nurse?
  15. 15. Are you going to the concert?
  16. 16. Have you met our new parish priest?</li></ul>Exercise<br />
  17. 17. after a phrase within a sentence<br /><ul><li>Mrs. de Luna, / the new governor, / launched a livelihood project.//
  18. 18. Together with his father, / Adrian flew to Cebu.//</li></ul>Exercise<br />
  19. 19. in enumerating persons, places objects, etc.<br />My mother bought rice, fish, beef and mangoes.<br />The principal met the doctor, the dentist and the nurse.<br />We went to Hongkong, Taipeh, Singapore and Bangkok.<br />Exercise<br />
  20. 20. Pateros Catholic SchoolVision and Mission<br />
  21. 21. Pateros Catholic School / is a parochial educational institution.// Inspired by the gospel of truth and excellence/ as lived fully by San Roque and Sta. Martha. //The PCS family participates/ in the evangelizing mission of the church/ by forming men and women of noble character.<br />Vision<br />
  22. 22. Mission<br /> To realize this vision, PCS will become a center of excellence in basic education by offering quality, relevant and christian educational programs. We commit to build an academic community characterize by professional and personal competence for the integral formation of persons for further studies and above all for life. <br /> Men and Women of Noble character!<br />

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