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    How the know the word's main stress ?

    Hello everyone,
    One of the issue for a non-native English speaker is pronunciation, and i'm not an exeption. search around the internet, i found many rules for word's main stress but it will be great for me to know your ideas.
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    Re: How the know the word's main stress ?

    Hi Ryonan

    A word's primary, secondary, even tertiary stress is listed in dictionaries. Try Dictionary.com. Stressed syllables are in bold; e.g., banana, and if you click on the speaker icon you will hear the word pronounced.


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    Talking Re: How the know the word's main stress ?

    further more, you should keep that in mind for later use, if not you will never learn any new

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