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    Unhappy stressed syllables

    What are stressed syllables?


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    Re: stressed syllables

    In English, a word has a rhythm - some parts are heavier in sound/tone than others. For example - ex/ample is stressed on the second syllable; e/du/ca/tion is stressed on the third syllable; syll/able is stressed on the first syllable

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    Re: stressed syllables

    Are they true,dear teacher?
    SPOken
    PROduce(n)
    proDUCE(v)
    HOWever
    VOcabuLAry
    Last edited by shalala; 24-Jan-2008 at 14:40.

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