1. to ask a question with a rising intonation
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2. In English, some questions have a rising intonation.
3. Questions are spoken with a rising intonation.
4. The teacher checks for pronunciation and intonation.
5. Her voice was low with a faint regional intonation.
6. The violinist had good intonation, and a wonderful pure tone.
7. His voice had a very slight German intonation.
8. The violin's intonation was poor.
9. Remember to pay ongoing attention to the intonation, and regard it as of equal importance to get right as the actual words.
10. Another component of intonation that can be said to have grammatical significance is the choice of tone on the tonic syllable.
11. In speech, however, this division is marked by intonation as well as by a short pause.
12. Pay attention to your intonation and emphasis.
13. No one had a problem with intonation or voice quality.
14. This misleading view of intonation must have caused unnecessary anxiety to many learners of the language.
15. There is more dicey woodwind intonation in the Eroica, and the oboe tone in the Funeral March curdles alarmingly.