The emphasis you place on words when speaking.
The pitch of your voice at the end of a sentence.
The rise and fall of your voice over an entire sentence or group of sentences.
When you imitate the voice of your conversation partner.
Slipping, dipping, blaring, and soothing
Rising, falling, dipping, and peaking
Shouting, whispering, speaking, and croaking
Rising, falling, channelling, and sliding
You shout at your conversation partner
The pitch of your voice rises in a sentence
The pitch of your voice falls in a sentence
The pitch of your voice rises and falls in a single sentence
The speaker is bored
The speaker is angry
The speaker is asking a yes/no question
The speaker is making a statement
Drop your pitch towards the end of the sentence
Speak loudly and clearly
Use rising intonation towards the end of the sentence
Pause before starting the sentence
You may bore your listener
Listeners may think that you are being enthusiastic when you are not
Listeners may not realise that you have finished talking
You may never stop speaking