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    Default What is meant by "Weak and Strong syllable" ?

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    What is meant by Weak and strong Syllable ?

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    Default Re: What is meant by "Weak and Strong syllable" ?

    I'm not a teacher.

    A stressed syllable is the syllable emphasized. For example, the word "about" is stressed at the end. You pronounce it as uh-bout. The stressed syllable will most likely be indicated in your English dictionary; it is usually bold.

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    Thanks a lot buddy .

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