logging in or signing up INTONATION PATTERNS ArleneTumanpos Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Let's Connect Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 301 Category: Entertainment License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: July 06, 2013 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description Intonation Patterns Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript PowerPoint Presentation: Final Intonation PatternsPowerPoint Presentation: High on the hill with a lonely goat herd Le hi ho di le hi ho di le hi hi Sweet little lamb with a lonely sheep herd Le hi ho di le hi ho di lei Ha ha le hi ho di le hi Hei hei le hi ho di lei Ho ho le hi ho di le hi Le hi ho di lei ho leiPowerPoint Presentation: Intonation is the rising and falling or the variation of the tone of voice when we speak. IntonationPowerPoint Presentation: Lowest tone Middle tone Highest tone In intonation, we have three pitch levelsPowerPoint Presentation: PITCH OR TONE LEVELS 1 – lowest tone 2 – middle tone 3 – highest tonePowerPoint Presentation: FINAL INTONATION PATTERNSPowerPoint Presentation: 1 – lowest tone 2 – middle tone 3 – highest tone THE 2-3-1 PATTERN OR THE RISING-FALLING INTONATION PATTERNPowerPoint Presentation: 2 – middle tone 3 – highest tone THE 2-3 PATTERN OR THE RISING INTONATION PATTERNPowerPoint Presentation: A fourth pitch level is also used depending on the emotion expressed in a sentence.PowerPoint Presentation: Rules Of final intonation patternsPowerPoint Presentation: First rule Declarative sentences or factual sentences follow the 2-3-1 pattern.PowerPoint Presentation: EXAMPLE: The cookie was stolen.PowerPoint Presentation: EXAMPLE: The book is on the table.PowerPoint Presentation: Second rule Imperative sentences follow the 2-3-1 pattern.PowerPoint Presentation: EXAMPLE: Please hand me the book.PowerPoint Presentation: EXAMPLE: Pick a better choice.PowerPoint Presentation: Third rule Information questions follow the 2-3-1 pattern.PowerPoint Presentation: EXAMPLE: Where is the cookie?PowerPoint Presentation: EXAMPLE: Who took the cookie?PowerPoint Presentation: Fourth rule Yes-no questions follow the 2-3 pattern.PowerPoint Presentation: EXAMPLE: Did she take the cookie?PowerPoint Presentation: EXAMPLE: Do you like cookies?PowerPoint Presentation: Activity No. 1 Draw the final intonation patterns for the following sentences. He studies literature. Bring me the papers. Why is she absent? Did you see him? Is she intelligent?PowerPoint Presentation: Activity No. 1 Draw the final intonation patterns for the following sentences. He studies literature. Bring me the papers. Why is she absent?PowerPoint Presentation: Did you see him? Is she intelligent? Very Good!!!PowerPoint Presentation: Activity No. 2 Read the following sentences using the correct final intonation patterns. Are you going to school today? The booth is already closed. Where are your brothers? Aren’t you coming with us? Tomorrow is another day.PowerPoint Presentation: Draw the correct final intonation pattern for the following sentences. She is perfect. Who is your rival for the first spot? Wouldn’t it be nice if we go out? Did you know that she isn’t coming? Honesty is the best policy. Hope springs eternal. I’d like to come over to talk about some matters. Bring me the book. Please carry the bag for me. Every dog has a collar.PowerPoint Presentation: THANK YOU!PowerPoint Presentation: Are you going to school today?PowerPoint Presentation: The booth is already closed.PowerPoint Presentation: Where are your brothers?PowerPoint Presentation: Aren’t you coming with us?PowerPoint Presentation: Tomorrow is another day. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.