Using Intonation to Show Grammar Practice C – #79910

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Using Intonation to Show Grammar Practice C – #79910

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Practice reading introductory words and phrases. If you begin your sentence with an introductory clause, your pitch can go up-down-up at the end of the introduction.

For example, the reports are always late.

In fact, He is the new CEO of the company.

In addition, they will be going public next year.

Actually, I like this new job.

However, the hours are really long.

Well, I guess I can go to the launch.

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