How to use Tone-of-voice in a sentence

tone-of-voice
  • All present were astonished when she appeared not only to hear a whistle, but also an ordinary tone of voice.

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  • Come here a bit, said she, assuming a soft high tone of voice.

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  • The tone of voice should be matched to the words too.

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  • My admonitory tone of voice failed to convince my teenager to clean his room, so I grounded him for the weekend.

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  • However, you are correct in assuming that your dog's reaction to your boyfriend was in direct response to his anger and tone of voice.

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  • Make sure you always give the first command in a positive but calm tone of voice.

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  • Correctly interpret other children's body language and tone of voice.

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  • Infants can sense their caregiver's emotional state by the person's tone of voice.

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  • When talking to children of this age, tone of voice is as important as the words used.

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  • Some people who are lying will change their tone of voice by heightening or lowering it.

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  • A punchline said out loud doesn't directly translate into written humor because readers can't hear a comedian's tone of voice or see facial expressions and gestures.

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  • Other skills used in developing social skills include recognizing humor, being polite and using a natural tone of voice.

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