# Theoretical phonetics. Study guide for second year students. Борискина О.О - 45 стр.

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8. Which comes first, the chicken or the egg?
9. Have you ever played roulette or blackjack?
10. It’s open today, tomorrow and the day after tomorrow.
11. Children often eat hamburgers; adults usually prefer steaks.
12. As you said, it’s a very nice place.
13. It's getting hotter, isn't it?
14. The busses don't run on Sunday, do they?
15. Dinner is served at six o'clock, isn't it?
16. Good morning, Ms. Peterson. How are you feeling?
17. If it rains, we'll call off the whole thing.
18. You'll agree that it's the truth, won't you?
19. We are studying composition, pronunciation, and grammar.
20. There are two ways of accomplishing it: by kindness, or by threats.
21. He translates from English to French, and from French to English.
22. Which syllable is accented?
23. Ms. Kim, will you open the door?
24. The story begins long ago. They were riding in an old car. The car began to
cross the river. The bridge had been washed away. The children were in the back
seat. They were talking at the tops of their voices. No one could hear anything.
One of the children fell out.
Task 18. Read the dialogue, paying special attention to the intonation patterns
and how these help to communicate the meaning.
NO PANCAKES FOR YOU!
A: Get me some pancakes.
B: We DONT SERVE PANcakes.
A: Three eggs and a short stack of pancakes.
B: We DON'T SERVE pancakes.
A: What do you mean? Everybody serves pancakes.
B: WE don't serve PANcakes.
A: For the last time ... bring me some pancakes and eggs.
B: We DON'T SERVE PANcakes
Task 19. Read the dialogue according to the information given. Use prominence
and intonation to express the different meanings.
Situation 1: Both A and В are male. They are friends and are approximately the
same age. A is pleased to hear that his friend is back from his trip.
Situation 2: Both A and В are female. A is B's mother. She's a bit upset that her
daughter hasn't bothered to call her since returning from her trip.
Situation 3: A is male; В is female. A and В have been in a serious relationship
for over a year now. He's slightly older than she is, and tends to be the jealous
type. He's furious that she didn't call him immediately upon her return from her
trip.
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8. Which comes first, the chicken or the egg?
9. Have you ever played roulette or blackjack?
10. Its open today, tomorrow and the day after tomorrow.
11. Children often eat hamburgers; adults usually prefer steaks.
12. As you said, its a very nice place.
13. It's getting hotter, isn't it?
14. The busses don't run on Sunday, do they?
15. Dinner is served at six o'clock, isn't it?
16. Good morning, Ms. Peterson. How are you feeling?
17. If it rains, we'll call off the whole thing.
18. You'll agree that it's the truth, won't you?
19. We are studying composition, pronunciation, and grammar.
20. There are two ways of accomplishing it: by kindness, or by threats.
21. He translates from English to French, and from French to English.
22. Which syllable is accented?
23. Ms. Kim, will you open the door?
24. The story begins long ago. They were riding in an old car. The car began to
cross the river. The bridge had been washed away. The children were in the back
seat. They were talking at the tops of their voices. No one could hear anything.
One of the children fell out.

Task 18. Read the dialogue, paying special attention to the intonation patterns
and how these help to communicate the meaning.

NO PANCAKES FOR YOU!
A: Get me some pancakes.
B: We DONT SERVE PANcakes.
A: Three eggs and a short stack of pancakes.
B: We DON'T SERVE pancakes.
A: What do you mean? Everybody serves pancakes.
B: WE don't serve PANcakes.
A: For the last time ... bring me some pancakes and eggs.
B: We DON'T SERVE PANcakes

Task 19. Read the dialogue according to the information given. Use prominence
and intonation to express the different meanings.

Situation 1: Both A and В are male. They are friends and are approximately the
same age. A is pleased to hear that his friend is back from his trip.
Situation 2: Both A and В are female. A is B's mother. She's a bit upset that her
daughter hasn't bothered to call her since returning from her trip.
Situation 3: A is male; В is female. A and В have been in a serious relationship
for over a year now. He's slightly older than she is, and tends to be the jealous
type. He's furious that she didn't call him immediately upon her return from her
trip.