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    Problem with stess

    Hello everyone:)

    I have a question:

    How to stess a phrase 'English teacher', which refers to a teacher who comes from England but also teaches English?

    Please, help :)

    Thanks for advance :)

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    Re: Problem with stess

    You can't do it unambiguously by stress alone.

    To be absolutely clear you'll have to say something like, "an English teacher of English".

    In conversation you could say, "He's an English English teacher," stressing the word in bold.

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