When asking questions or making requests politely (e.g. when speaking to    or superiors), English speakers tend to use longer sentences (e.g. indirect questions) and to    the pitch of their voice.

When speaking to people they know well or to strangers they want to seem    with, they don't use such    sentences and they don't raise their pitch so much.


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