Yet in the beginning of a sentence
I associate it with German jetzt (now). A) were b) was c) have been. The Fire of London began on the 2 nd of September e Fire of London began on the 2 nd of September The Queen of England lives in the Tower of e Queen of England lives in the Tower of London. Will you read a bit louder, please?
Each intonation-group is characterized by a definite intonation pattern. C) at the end of the sentence is unstressed, doesnt form a separate syntagm and follows the intonation of the preceding one.
Enumeration and homogeneous members of the sentence form separate syntagms and take Low-Rise until the final element which takes Low-Fall. To tell the truth, I dont want to go there.
If you want to have a rest, go to the country. The ladies talked about the weather and the latest fashion. Choose the right form of the verb. Alternative Questions form two syntagms with Low-Rise in the first sense-group and Low-Fall in the second one.
Please repeat the word after the speaker. (d) place where you can go for a walk. / Im sure he hasnt. We greet them, shake hands with them and ask them to sit down.
Our business partners were arriving earlier than scheduled. These examples appear in a discussion of a use of so that is common in spoken English. You can book a flight.
Im not ready, he said. It is then often followed by a comma, which is pronounced as a pause: Sure you can work in the Antarctic.
He (can / might) as well be in the Himalayas for all I know. Thank you, Mike, you can take your seat. Authors Words following direct speech a) dont form a separate syntagm and are unstressed or partially stressed if they are short. I wonder what made you stay at that party.
Intonation-group division depends on the meaning of the sentence, the grammatical structure of the utterance and the style of speech. I ran you up yesterday. He said: The play is perfect.