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Intonation Function

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Vanne Seguel

on 18 November 2013

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Transcript of Intonation Function

Intonation Functions
what is intonation ?
Is the variation of pitch when speaking
Functions
Attitudinal

Accentual

Grammatical

Discourse
Attitudinal Functions
Grammatical Function
The listener is better able to recognize the grammar and syntax structure of what is being said by using the information contained in the intonation
Pitch
Degree of height of our voice in speech
Happiness
Anger
Boredom
Gratefulness
and so on.
Is used to convey our feeling, attitudes and emotions, for instance, the same sentence can be pronounced in different ways to express:
Accentual Function
When it`s said that intonation has accentual function. It implies
that the placement of stress is some what determined by intonation.
the placement of boundaries between phrases, clauses and sentences
The difference between questions and statements.
Professor: Miguel Campos
Students: Danitza Lagos
Katherine Paredes
Angela Seguel
Cecilia Villalobos
Subject: Phonetics and PhonologyII
Date: November 18, 2013
dISCOURSE fUNCTION
The discourse function of information is used to describe the realtionship between linguistic elements and the context in wich it occurs
Examples: She was wearing a
green
dress
She was wearing a red
dress
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