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    Default Re: stressed and unstressed syllables

    Quote Originally Posted by 5jj View Post
    A stressed syllable in poetry is not the same as saying that a word is stressed in normal speech/Do you want to talk about poetry or normal speech?

    ps. Since my last response you edited your previous one to appear quite different. Please do not do that - it can confuse later readers, and make some responses seem strange.
    Dear 5jjj
    You edit you're own posts. So how can you tell other, not to do the same. Besides the editing I did simply tidied up my post up, it didn't change the meaning. You simply didn't understand the question. In fact you can remove me from the website. I no long wish to be a member. And please DO NOT send me any more email

    Thank you
    Last edited by 5jj; 25-Apr-2013 at 10:19. Reason: Thread closed

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