Examples of intonation in a Sentence
identical sentences, differing only in intonation
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Notice how every statistic is accompanied by superlatives and intonation designed to elicit emotion instead of judgment.
The amount of emotion and intonation in Cortana's voice is charming and pleasantly surprising.
The first way will be through listening to Siri's voice, which promises to be more natural and expressive, using intonation and other human sounding tricks to get the message across.
Over the past four years, the only thing that's changed has been the intonation of the question, as onlookers have been mystified by what he's accomplished in a short period of time with so much room yet to grow.
Gesture and intonation would have been crucial to making these symbols understood and agreed upon.
Her tempi pushed articulation problems to the fore, those in turn led to ongoing unsteadiness of intonation.
And so, for its part, did the orchestra, even if the humidity at times took a minor toll on intonation and ensemble polish.
The solemn intonation that 17 intelligence agencies had agreed that Russia had interfered became a staple of coverage of the election-interference story, when in fact the FBI, CIA, and NSA were the agencies that concluded Russia had interfered.
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