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The first syllable CO - ro -na - ry
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It's the stressed syllable in a word, the one you say a bit more forcefully than the others. In the word "tomorrow", you emphasize the syllable "mor" more than the other sylla…bles.
When we say a word we generally sayit with stress on one of the syllables. This is the accent syllable. Hard to give an example with out being able to speak. For example t…he word syllable we stress/accent the first syllable eg Syll/a/ble. We don't stress the second syllable eg syll/a/ble.
pre TEND (2nd syllable is accented)
The third syllable (ogg, ahh) is properly stressed, as (ann-jee-OGG-ruh-fee) or (ann-jee-AHH-gruh-fee). *Splitting the gr, while correct, does not occur naturally in English…, as shown by the related noun angiograph (ANN-jee-oh-graf) or (ANN-jee-uh-graf) and the adjective angiographic (ann-jee-oh-GRAF-ik) or (ann-jee-uh-GRAF-ik).
The word is "erythropoietin" and can be accented on the fourth or fifth syllable.
It's the first 'A', = átmosphere...
As a noun: CONflict The conflict between the two neighbors was arbitrated by the homeowners' association. As a verb: conFLICT I hope the play rehearsals do not conflict w…ith my tutoring schedule.
The first syllable in pineapple is accented.
The second one.
The first syllable is accented.