APA 6th Edition Komar, S. (1999). THE FALL-RISE: A NEVV TONE IN THE SLOVENE SENTENCE INTONATION. Govor, 16 (2), 139-148. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/174291
MLA 8th Edition Komar, Smiljana. "THE FALL-RISE: A NEVV TONE IN THE SLOVENE SENTENCE INTONATION." Govor, vol. 16, br. 2, 1999, str. 139-148. https://hrcak.srce.hr/174291. Citirano 28.10.2021.
Chicago 17th Edition Komar, Smiljana. "THE FALL-RISE: A NEVV TONE IN THE SLOVENE SENTENCE INTONATION." Govor 16, br. 2 (1999): 139-148. https://hrcak.srce.hr/174291
Harvard Komar, S. (1999). 'THE FALL-RISE: A NEVV TONE IN THE SLOVENE SENTENCE INTONATION', Govor, 16(2), str. 139-148. Preuzeto s: https://hrcak.srce.hr/174291 (Datum pristupa: 28.10.2021.)
Vancouver Komar S. THE FALL-RISE: A NEVV TONE IN THE SLOVENE SENTENCE INTONATION. Govor [Internet]. 1999 [pristupljeno 28.10.2021.];16(2):139-148. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/174291
IEEE S. Komar, "THE FALL-RISE: A NEVV TONE IN THE SLOVENE SENTENCE INTONATION", Govor, vol.16, br. 2, str. 139-148, 1999. [Online]. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/174291. [Citirano: 28.10.2021.]
Sažetak The traditional model of the Slovene sentence intonation, developed in the 60s on the analysis of the reading of written literary texts. distinguishes among three nuclear tones: the fali, the rise and the level. One of the most surprising finds of the contrastive Slovene- English analysis, for which a British discoursal approach to intonation and its meanings was used, is that in the spontaneous Slovene speech speakers also use the fall-rise tone as it is the case in British Eglish. It has been established that the use of the fall-rise tone is on the inerease mainly in TV news and sport broadcasts. The analysis of the actual realization of the fall-rise tone in an intonation unit has shown that the tone has three possible realizations:
- within one polysyllabic word,
- within one phrase,
- as a split fall-rise, i.e. the falling pari is realized at the beginning of the intonation unit, whereas the rising pcirt comes towards the end ofit.
Contrary to Received Pronunciation (RP), the realization o f the fall- rise on one polysyllabic word is very rare in Slovene and can be regarded as more of an exception than a rule. The other two realizations are much more frecpient and exhibit some typical patterns of occurrence. Analysing the communicative value of the fall-rise, we can conclude that when it is realized within a single phrase, then the falling part introduces new information and the rising part highlights something which is alreadv known to the speakers but is important for a complete transfer of the message. If the tone is not realized within a single phrase, then the rising part simply indicates (he syntactical and semantical non- finality, whereas the f alling part carries the main message.