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    i need a sentence that is unstressed and stressed about a baby

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    Re: sonnets

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    i need a sentence that is unstressed and stressed about a baby
    Go to it!

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    A sentence is too long to be either stressed or unstressed, a pair of antonyms for a quality belonging to syllables.

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    Re: sonnets

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    i need a sentence that is unstressed and stressed about a baby
    That's a baby.
    There are four syllables. The first and third are stressed, and the second and fourth are not.

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