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    Is this pronounciation correct ?

    "she lives in lONdon"

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    Default Re: I need a help in "intonation"

    Quote Originally Posted by Challenge View Post
    Is this pronounciation correct ?

    "she lives in lONdon"


    Though this is grossly insufficient,I honestly think it could be of some help.To start with,all proper nouns[names of specifics]which have two syllables are primarily stressed on the first syllable.In fact,all bi-syllabic nouns have the primary stress on the first syllable...LONdon,GHAna,CHELsea,DENmark etc

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    Thanks , I understand now.

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    Default Re: I need a help in "intonation"

    Quote Originally Posted by rhapsomatrics View Post
    ... syllable.In fact,all bi-syllabic...
    In English, punctuation marks on the line are followed by a space.

    "... syllable. In fact, all bi-syllabic..."

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