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    intonation

    Hi
    Which arrow ( rising /falling ) is marked at the end of these two sentences ?
    Will you give me more examples please ?
    certainly
    Thanks so much

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    Re: intonation

    I think it's end up at the end of the first sentence (the question) and down at the end of the second sentence (the answer). Usually, people use higher pitches at the end of a question, and lower pitches at the end of an answer.

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