ENGLISH LANGUAGE SS2 SECOND TERM
THEME: SPEECH WORK
Students should be able to;
- Act out a dialogue to the examples given
Intonation describes how the voice rises and falls in speech. The three main patterns of intonation in English are: falling intonation, rising intonation and fall-rise intonation.
Falling intonation describes how the voice falls on the final stressed syllable of a phrase or a group of words. A falling intonation is very common in wh-questions.
- Where’s the nearest p↘ost-office?
- What time does the film f↘inish?
We also use falling intonation when we say.... View More
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