It is this pattern which is often misanalysed as having an accent on the last word. This is "frequent error #1". Notice that the final syllable of the next utterance is high, but not accented:
An indication of the status of the high pitch is that it remains on the last syllable when the utterance is lengthened with an unaccented word.
Here is another example. The only pitch accent is on "vraag", and the final syllable "doe" has the H%. Again, we can see it is a boundary tone by replacing "doe" with "uitspreek" or "uitgesproken heb" or "uitgesproken heb deze keer", and see how the final high tone always goes to the last syllable, whatever it is.
Often, too, the sequence H*L H% is used to signal nonfinality. In this case, the utterance consists of minimally two IPs, as in our next example. Listen to the whole utterance first.
Here is another example.
EXERCISE 1B part I (final boundary tones part I)
EXERCISE 1B part II (final boundary tones part II)
Proceed with section 1.6