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    Read the examples below and decide for each one if the tone is rising or falling

    Can you tell me if I'm correct on this task? The examples below relate to a rising or falling tone.

    Who goes there? Rising

    It's only me. Falling

    Bread? Rising

    No thanks. Falling

    I'm not going to Paris. Falling

    No? Rising

    Do you travel to France by boat or by plane? Falling

    Oh! We always fly. Rising

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    Re: Read the examples below and decide for each one if the tone is rising or falling

    We don't help students with their homework assignments. Your teacher wants to know what you can do, not what we can do. Come back with it once it has been corrected, if there is any comment from your teacher you do not understand.
    Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.

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