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accent auditory baseline basic form behaviour breath group Canadian English casual conversation certainty cline closed list complex contour complex tone compound tones connected speech context contrastive convex dancing degree described description of intonation difference discourse DOCV English example fall fall-rise Figure 17 FIICH focal element focus FRAK FREQ gradient feature grammatical approach Halliday Halliday's model hearer hertz hypotactic ideational IINE illustrated in Figure information units initial instances instrumental analysis interpersonal interpretation intervening syllables intonation contours KZ Figure KZ LOC SCALE KZ UK SCALE language linguistic meaning of intonation meaning of tone metafunction neutral nuclear tones onset paralinguistic paratactic paratone perspective phonetic phonological gradience PIICH pitch contours polarity possible pre-tonic prosodic range realized rising pitch movement rising tones selection semantic semological sequential relation signal similar single tone group speaker speech function structure syntactic tonal tone contour tone sequences tone type tonic syllable U-shaped tone utterance Yeah