QAEnglish › If a speaker sounds angry or confused when they talk, they are using _____.
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If a speaker sounds angry or confused when they talk, they are using _____.

A. Pronunciation

B. Enunciation

C. Intonation

D. Active listening

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Answer: C. Intonation

When a speaker is talking, the rise and fall of their tone of voice show what they are thinking, or what they hope to portray to the listener: if the speaker is angry, confused, or trying to express any other emotion. This rise and fall is what is known as intonation. Options A and B involve how words are sounded and spaced, while option D happens on the part of the listener.

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