three syllables

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What other three-syllable words with second syllable stress can you think of? Put them in the comments below to give everyone more words to practice with.
Now we’re going to go back to the beginning and just do the words one time each with a short sentence. Repeat the word and the sentence keeping the right rhythm when it’s in a sentence.

three syllables, Language Skills Abroad
Practice English speaking focusing on syllable stress. All of these 3-syllable words have stress on the first syllable. Get on the VIP list for Rachel’s online school!
First, if you are just going to watch this video, don’t. That would be very boring. This video only works if you’re willing to practice your English out loud. So, if you’re somewhere where you can’t do that, make sure to come back to this video later.

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The only fixed rules for syllable stress are: 1) words can only have one stress and 2) the stress is always on a vowel.
Now that we have reviewed the various sounds of English, we must discuss syllable and word stress or another way to put it, the rhythm of English. It is important to keep in mind that English is a time-stressed language. As opposed to Spanish, which is a syllable-timed language in which an equal amount of time is given to each syllable, English adjusts the timing of stressed and unstressed syllables and words. In English, some syllables are longer and some shorter. By stressing certain syllables and words, we can better understand the meaning of the word or sentence. Understanding time stress and intonation in English will help the learner both better understand English and be better understood.

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