By J.D. O'Connor, Gordon Frederick Arnold
Intonation of colloquial English (British English) has been written for language scholars at intermediate to complex point and for 1st yr college scholars of phonetics. The authors examine the intonation of English right into a approach of ten tone teams which, with their features, are defined within the early chapters of the publication. Then comes an in depth sequence of perform drills with each one tone workforce taken care of individually and in definite universal tone staff sequences: the features of every tone staff are made glaring through Verbal Contexts which precede the drill sentences. ultimately there's a variety of dialogues demonstrating the 10 tone teams in motion in the framework of daily conversational speech.
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