Rising and Falling Intonation?


Rise and fall in intonation refers to the pitch in someones voice as they talk. Rise means that the voice is becoming more acute or sharp. A fall means that the pitch is dropping, meaning that the sound is lower.
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rise and fall intonation.
The way a voice goes up and down when talking gives a good indication, not only of what is being said or asked, but of the origin of the speaker. A Welshman has a sing song voice,
The supply level of any commodity is usually the main cause of fluctuations in its price. Institutions, such as banks that lend money, use the funds they receive from savers to lend
Not sure how anyone is claiming the Japanese Yen is going to be doing any rising in the near future. The only reason it was relatively stronger than other currencies was because investors
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Intonation is the rising and falling of vocal pitch in speech. In English, rising intonation phrase-finally often accompanies questions, or situations where speakers are unsure. Declarative statements have intonation that falls phrase-finally.
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