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    what do we mean by the word intonation and how can we classify the questions according to the intonation

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    Quote Originally Posted by black cat View Post
    what do we mean by the word intonation and how can we classify the questions according to the intonation
    Intonation is the way in which the voice rises and falls in speech.

    See here for some information on intonation in questions: BBC | British Council teaching English - Talk - Questions and answers

    and here: Intonation


    Could you use a smaller size typeface in your posts, please? This looks as if you are shouting at us.

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    I am sorry believe me I didn't mean that

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