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Tesol Unit3 Module3 Tasks Essay

1077 words - 5 pages



Read the examples below and decide for each one if the tone is rising or falling:

A) Is Pierre French? .....rising.................................. ...view middle of the document...

B) No, he's from Belgium. ....falling................................... ...view middle of the document...

A) Which area? ........rising............................... ...view middle of the document...

B) Bruges, I believe. ........falling............................... ...view middle of the document...

A) Will you lend me £10? ..........falling............................. ...view middle of the document...

B) Certainly not. ..........rising............................. ...view middle of the document...

A) Who goes there? ...rising.................................... ...view middle of the document...

B) It's only me. ...view middle of the document...

1. He telephoned the police yesterday.
(Give two versions of the sentence.)

Question 1 – version 1

He telephoned the police yesterday. (That person He telephoned – not anyone else).

Question 1 – version 2

He telephoned the police yesterday.   (not somewhere else)

2. Can you show me the diamonds?
(Give two versions of the sentence.)

Question 2 – version 1

Can you show me the diamonds? (The person I am speaking to – not anyone else).

Question 2 – version 2

Can you show me the diamonds?   (not the sapphires)

3. Paul has gone to the theatre.

Paul has gone to the theatre.   (not somewhere else)

4. Have you heard about Marcella?

Have you heard about Marcella? (I am talking to you – not to anyone else).

5. She's won £50,000 on the lottery.

She's won £50,000 on the lottery. (Talking about the place, the lottery – not anywhere else).

6. I'm not doing anything this evening.
(Give two versions of the sentence.)

Question 6 – version 1

I'm not doing anything this evening. (About specific time frame – not another time).

Question 6 – version 2

I'm not doing anything this evening.   (Talking about me, not about anyone else)


Indicate what part of the sentence in each QUESTION should be stressed in order to elicit each of the answers as in the example.

0. Does she live near London?

a) No, she does not. (Does)
b) No, she lives near Bristol. (London)
c) No, she’s only visiting. (Live)
d) No, her brother lives near London. (She)

1. Did you say you were leaving tonight, for Wales?

a) No, I said Wells, in Somerset.

b) No, I'm off tomorrow.

c) I most certainly did not.

d) No, my twin brother said that.

2. Is he going to take that job as a salesman abroad?

a) No, he's staying in this country.

b) No, he's changed his mind.

c) No, he's been offered a job as a divisional manager overseas.

3. Are you seeing Colin this afternoon on the promenade?

a) No, I'm seeing Roger.

b) No, it'll have to be this evening as I'm busy.

c) Yes, most definitely.

d) No, I'm seeing him in the arcade.

4. Is your son flying to Paris?

a) No, he's off to Brussels.

b) No, it's my daughter who's going.

c) No,...

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