Intonation Practice

Intonation Practice

A: Waiter! Waiter! There's a fly in my soup!

B: A fly in your soup? What's it doing there?

A: I have no idea.

B: Well, what do you want me to do about it?

A: I want you to come and get it out.

B: All right. Calm down. I'll be there in a few minutes.

Practice the dialogue with appropriate intonation, substituting the words below.

Police! Police!

Waiter! Waiter!

Mommy! Mommy!

Daddy! Daddy!

Teacher! Teacher!

Help! Help!

Jimmy! Jimmy!

Mr. Hopkins!

Waitress! Waitress!

Ms. Chivous!


Mrs. Harper!

Grandma! Grandma!

Teacher! Teacher!

Grandpa! Grandpa!

Uncle George!

Aunt Martha!

Mr. Lee! Mr. Lee!

Tammy! Tammy!

There's a rhinoceros in my backyard!

There's a spider in my spaghetti!

There's a kangaroo in the living room!

There's a gorilla in the garage!

There's a scorpion in my school bag!

There's a hippopotamus in the bathtub!

There's a lizard in my slipper!

There's a crocodile in the cafeteria!

There's a worm in my hamburger!

There's a fish in cash register!

There's a giraffe in the gymnasium!

There's a snake in the snack bar!

There's a rabbit in the refrigerator!

There's a rat in my backpack!

There's a bird in the attic!

There's a stork in the auditorium

There's a pig in the parlor!

There's a bull in the china shop!

There's a bat in the belfry!