Pitch, on the other hand, plays a greater role in Chinese than in English. The pitch movement is referred to as "tone", and so there are 4 different tones in Chinese pronunciation. Just to help you to understand this, IMAGINE that the sound [no] is an English word and Chinese word.In English, whether I change my voice pitch or not, the meaning of [no] will never change.Some users also report getting this error when they save an appointment If you have Contacts in the Contacts folder but they are not accessible when you click on the To button, and they were not imported, see Outlook Contacts are missing when you click the To button for a common problem affecting Microsoft Outlook.
Now in Chinese , depending on the changes I make to the pitch while saying [no], the actual meaning of the sound [no] totally changes, so [no] may actually mean [table] or [life] or [pen] or [suitcase].
Error Type 1 is probably one of the most important source of error for Chinese learners.
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