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Correct Intonation for Statements and Yes/No Questions. Lesson 1. Artificial Eleveth Injection Committee Business Accommodate Signature Envelope Dedicate Foolish. Drill 1. Spelling. Don–Don : Have you been to Pangasinan ? Rico : No, I haven’t.

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Correct intonation for statements and yes no questions

Correct Intonation for Statements and Yes/No Questions

Lesson 1


Drill 1 spelling

  • Artificial

  • Eleveth

  • Injection

  • Committee

  • Business

  • Accommodate

  • Signature

  • Envelope

  • Dedicate

  • Foolish

Drill 1. Spelling


Reference english for all times efat p 4

  • Don–Don: Have you been to Pangasinan?

  • Rico: No, I haven’t.

  • Don-Don : My family will visit our relatives this weekend. Do you want to go with us?

  • Rico : Yes, I do. Then what are we going to do there?

  • Don-Don : We’ll go swimming. Can you swim?

  • Rico : Yes, I can. That’s good!

  • Don – Don : Right! Pangasinan is known for its clean and beautiful beaches.

Reference: English for All Times (EFAT), p. 4.


Comprehension check up

  • Who are having a dialogue?

  • Where will the family of Don – Don go in the coming weekend?

  • Who are they going to visit it Pangasinan?

  • What other plans are they going to do?

  • Did Don-Don invite Rico to join them?

  • Why do you thing Don-Don invited Rico?

  • If you where Rico are you also going to invite your friend to join you on your family outing?

Comprehension Check-Up.


Correct intonation for statements and yes no questions

  • Farming is our chief industry.

  • Is the report interesting?

  • Everybody contributed to the report.

  • We will welcome comments after our report.

  • Did I learn mush from the report?

  • Is he coming for the report?

  • Her report is about fishing.

  • She learned much from her report.

  • Are you ready with your report?

  • I will give my report tomorrow.

Activity 1. Identify the correct intonation for the following. Write an arrow up () for rising intonation and an arrow down () for falling intonation.


Remember

  • Use a falling intonation if the sentence is a statement or answer to question.

  • Use a rising intonation for a question answerable by yes or a no.

REMEMBER


Evaluation 1 copy the sentences and put the arrow point to show the correct intonation to use

  • Is that a movie?

  • This is a wholesome movie for the family.

  • What is it all about?

  • It is an adventure story.

  • Do you like to see it?

Evaluation 1. Copy the sentences and put the arrow point to show the correct intonation to use.


Assignment 1

  • Write 2 statements and 3 yes/no questions. Put the appropriate arrow points to show the correct intonation to use after the sentence.

Assignment 1.


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