AIM: To identify intonation patterns and their meanings.
INTRODUCTION: Intonation refers to the tune or melody created when speakers’ voices go up and down. Using intonation effectively makes speech sound more interesting, but can also convey meaning beyond the words themselves. Intonation is used to express emotions and attitudes, and can also give grammatical information, such as distinguishing between a statement and a question.
INSTRUCTIONS: Listen and identify which meanings are implied by the intonation patterns used in these utterances.