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Lesson 10a - INTONATION - English Pronunciation
PART ONE of a lesson in FOUR parts.
Topic: Falling and Rising Intonation.
Part ONE explains what intonation is in general and presents the first intonation pattern: falling intonation.
Levels: intermediate to advanced.
Lesson 10b - INTONATION - English Pronunciation
PART TWO of a lesson in FOUR parts.
Topic: Falling and Rising Intonation.
Part TWO offers practice with falling intonation.
Levels: intermediate to advanced.



Lesson 10c - INTONATION - English Pronunciation
PART THREE of a lesson in FOUR parts.
Topic: Falling and Rising Intonation.
Part THREE presents the second intonation pattern: rising intonation. Exercises follow
Levels: intermediate to advanced
Lesson 10d - INTONATION - English Pronunciation
PART FOUR of a lesson in FOUR parts.
Topic: Falling and Rising Intonation.
Part FOUR offers practice with intonation in questions. Viewers can also strengthen their ability to comprehend what different intonation patterns communicate. Tips for more natural intonation are shared.
Levels: intermediate to advanced.


 

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