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I had an interesting activity in a "Phonology and pronunciation" class today,
so I will upload it here.
If you want to challenge it whether or not you are a native speaker of English,
why don't you have a go!!
It takes only 1 minute.

All you need to is to read each sentence watching a video
and to divide each into 3 kinds of intonations.
1. falling (e.g. I left for Australia this morning.)
2. high rising (e.g. Do they take the car when they go abroad?)
3. low rising (e.g. Good night.)

Do you get it
There are 5 questions.
( ) parts need to be filled in.
Most of them are done for you.
Conversation is speedy.

Script:
(1) How've you been? - (1) Good.
(1) How's your dog? - (1) Good.
( ) How's college going? - (1) Good.
(2) All hunky dory? - (3) Yep.
( ) Y'going out tonight? - (3) Yep.
(2) Y'gonna see your friends? - (3) Yep.
(1) Y's gonna have a good catch-up? - (3) Yep.
(5 - exceptional) That should be great! - (3) Yep.

(1) Where d'u go? - ( ) Nowhere.
(1) Who'd'y see? - (3) No one.
(1) What d'y do? - ( ) Nothing.
(2) D'y have a good time? - (3) Yep.
(1) What's on tonight? - (3)Nothing.
( ) You're not seeing your mates? - (3) Nope.
(1) You're just staying at home. (3 )Yep.
(1) What'll you do? - (3) Nothing.

Are you ready?
Here we go



Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. (on TV)
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2. (in a newspaper)
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3. (in a newspaper)
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