With the spoken word, we use our tone, inflection and volume to question, exclaim and convey our feelings.
And that truth encapsulates the inflection point now upon us.
Are you going to applaud every interpretation or inflection?
inflection in·flec·tion (ĭn-flěk'shən)
An inward bending.
A change in the form of a word to reflect different grammatical functions of the word in a sentence. English has lost most of its inflections. Those that remain are chiefly possessive ('s), as in “the boy's hat”; plural (-s), as in “the three girls”; and past tense (-d or -ed), as in cared. Other inflections are found in pronouns — as in he, him, his — and in irregular words such as think/thought, child/children, and mouse/mice.