To complete these tasks, you will need to label them according to the tone of the speaker. This is easier than it sounds and here you will find all the tags and explanations for when you should use each one.
The speaker does not appear to speak in any distinctive way, no particular emotion can be deduced from his tone of voice.
This tag is used when the speaker conveys effusiveness or happiness. It can be noticed by the inflections in his tone of voice, he can speak more quickly or he can raise his voice a little. It can also be associated with receiving good news.
This tag is used when the speaker conveys anger, disgust, or irritation. The speaker may raise his voice, yell or use insults. It can also be associated with receiving bad news.