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    What Fall-plus-Rise tone looks and sounds like (phonetics)?

    1) How do you pronounce Fall-plus-Rise tone? How it would look like in the intonogram?
    2) Is it the same thing as Divided (Extended) Fall-Rise? Are there any differences?
    3) Is this tone used for a word or for a sense-group?

    Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by amayarin; 25-Feb-2016 at 15:53.

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    Re: What Fall-plus-Rise tone looks and sounds like (phonetics)?

    Is this homework? These sound like assignment questions.
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