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in·to·na·tion
[in-toh-ney-shuhn, -tuh-]
NOUN
1.
the pattern or melody of pitch changes in connected speech, especially the pitch pattern of a sentence, which distinguishes kinds of sentences or speakers of different language cultures.
2.
the act or manner of intonating.
3.
the manner of producing musical tones, specifically the relation in pitch of tones to their key or harmony.
4.
something that is intoned or chanted.
5.
the opening phrase in a Gregorian chant, usually sung by one or two voices.
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Intonation (music) - Wikipedia

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Intonation | TeachingEnglish | British Council | BBC

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Intonation is crucial for communication. It's also a largely unconscious mechanism, and as such, a complex aspect of pronunciation. It's no surprise that many ...

Intonation - English Grammar Today - Cambridge Dictionary

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Fall-rise intonation describes how the voice falls and then rises. We use fall-rise intonation at the end of statements when we want to say that we are not sure, ...

Intonation | Definition of Intonation by Merriam-Webster

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Define intonation: the rise and fall in the sound of your voice when you speak — intonation in a sentence.

How English learners can improve intonation | British Council

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intonation - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com

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Even if your friend claims she's not upset by the death of her pet iguana, her intonation may tell a different story. Intonation means the way someone's voice rises ...

Intonation - American Accent

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Intonation. American Speech Music. Language conveys very specific information, such as how to get somewhere or what someone is doing. It can be also used ...