hello, i want an answer for the rising and falling intonation in a non complex manner please.

When do we use the rising tone and the falling tone?
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1- Statements end in a falling tone, which signals the end of an utterance.
2- Rising tone is used at the end of 'Yes/No' questions, while a falling tone is used at the end of 'Who/What/Where/When/Why/How' questions.
3- Tonal changes are used irregularly throughout speech to identify word groups set pace and stress, indicate emotion,etc.
statement -falling intonation .. yes/no question : rising intonation...wh-question: falling intonation..command:falling intonation...

request: rising intonation; good practice - record yourself immitating a real English native speakersdialogue, pay attention to the main words ( stressed words) ant to the pitches ( rising/falling tone) . Compare them. Do this practice till you get your best. Whata difficult thing is that ' english intonation huh? Emotion: smile
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when using a rising intonation the questions is answerable by yes or no for example are you ok?
then when using a falling intonation is not answerble by yes or no for example what is your name?
and you can also use in polite and friendly sentence...
when asking questions beginning with WH & How
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what is example of falling intonation??Emotion: smile
Anonymouswhat is example of falling intonation??
Imagine that you are standing near train tracks. A train comes by at full speed. As the train passes, the horn sounds loudly. As the train races away from you, the horn produces "falling intonation"! Emotion: smile

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