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adjectives adverbial clause adverbs affirmative afterthought anomalous finite asked clause combination Compound Tunes contains contrast conveyed D'you double-stressed emphasis Emphatic Tone Exclamations express falling element falling tone feeling finished following examples give grammatically Hhat High Level Head High Level Tone High Prehead impatience imperative indicate interrogative interrogative word intonation kinetic tones Level Prehead level stresses Lexical stress Low Level Head Low Level Tone Low Rising meaning Mixed Reading Practice negative normal voice range normally stressed noun nuclear stress nuclear tone nucleus occur partially stressed syllables Particular Questions Perfunctory pitch change preceded prepositions principal verb prominence Pronouns reporting phrase rising element rising tone sentence stress speaker speech straightforward statement stressed word suggestion Tag Question tail There's to/morrow Tone II Head Tone IIId Tone IV tonetic stress-mark Tune III unstressed usually utterance Vait Variant vocative wait wnow xare xcome xhas xmust xsee xtea xThis xwait xYou