Symposium on Sentences Types

@inproceedings{dAvis2005SymposiumOS,
  title={Symposium on Sentences Types},
  author={Franz-Josef d’Avis},
  year={2005}
}
  • Franz-Josef d’Avis
  • Published 2005
In spoken language, parentheticals are marked by a special intonation: -clear breaks before and after; -spoken faster or slower than the main clause; -lower pitch of the voice. The intonation contour of the main clause is continued after the end of the parenthetical. Intuitively it is obvious, what parentheticals are: Expressions, ranging from single words… CONTINUE READING