Answer to Question #119425 in English for Thuli Phakedi

Question #119425
How to use stress and intonation when reading out loud
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2020-06-02T03:27:04-0400

Stressing and intonation communicates additional meaning, attitude or emotions. For instance, in this sentence, "Stop fooling around!", i would stress the word "STOP" to emphasize my urge for the recipient to quit messing around. Similarly, in the sentence, "I am sorry." I would reduce my intonation after "SORRY" to enable the recipient to feel that am sincere about the apology and my emotion is genuine.


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