Intonation (information questions)

“Intonation” refers to pitch, or the rising and falling of one’s voice. Intonation is important because it can change the meaning of an utterance. In Spanish, questions which elicit information end in a falling pitch. This is the same pattern as normal statements, but information questions are never confused with statements because they always begin with question words.”

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