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    What's in the picture?

    Could you please tell me how these "intonation graphs / schemes ...?" may be called in English? I need to write an instruction for such an exercise (the students are to write some sentences using transcription symbols first, then mark stressed syllables and tonic stress and then draw a similar intonation "scheme" as in the picture). So how should I put it:

    Exercise 5. Transcribe the following sentences and mark sentence stress and tonic stress. Then draw ...??? a tonogram??? for each sentence.

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    Last edited by englishhobby; 07-Oct-2013 at 21:23.
    If I were a native speaker of English, I would never shut up. :-)

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