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what is the example of rising intonation

by Guest10393627  |  5 years, 1 month(s) ago

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  1. Guest22567149

     we use rising intonation if the question is answerable by yes or no and we are using question mark at the end of the sentence, while falling intonation answers the "wh questions" and it has period at the end of the sentence.

  2. Guest19667741
    s5hsf
  3. Guest19431520
    we'll go together
  4. Guest19411446
    rising intonation is different in falling intonation right?
  5. Guest19382678
    f**k u
  6. Guest19338985
    -is everything okay? -wont you come in? -do you know the way? -are you done? -are you hungry?
  7. Guest11040130
    Rising intonation is used when asking questions
  8. Guest10656919
    what is the answer
  9. Marco Briges
    Rising intonation is used when asking questions and for exclamatory sentences. An exclamatory sentence is one that shows excitement or emotion such as, "He just won first place!", and "We are the new champions!" Intonation falls for declarative statements such as, "The capital of Florida is Tallahasse."

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