What is the accented syllable for coronary?
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 syllables.
1. If you know how to pronounce the word, say it out loud. You will say the accented syllable a little louder than the other ones. Example: SYL-luh-bull 2. If you do not know the word, look in the dictionary. It will show the accented syllable either the way I did above, by capitalizing that sylla…ble, or by putting an accent mark (') after it. Example: syl' uh bull 2 you would also look on other internet sites but only if you think ours isn't giving enough details about your question,but ours is far the best . (MORE)
pay-lob-oh-lis (a fungus that grows on cow manure) The popular dance group Pilobolus pronounces it pi-LOB-o-lus, with the second syllable accented, and 'pi' sounding as in pinch or pick.
Above is accented on the second syllable. A simple way of testing which syllable is accented is by saying the word aloud. Look for the syllable that you naturally emphasise more in your speech.
Yes the word common has an accented syllable. Common is accented on the first syllable.
The word remind is stressed on the second syllable. As for the way to discover which syllable is stressed, dictionaries have pronunciation guides. An apostrophe is used to indicate a stressed syllable: re mind'
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 the word syllable we stress/accent the first syllable eg Syll /a/ble. We don't stress the second syllable eg syll/ a /ble.
Conflict can be a noun or a verb. As a noun, the accent is on thefirst syllable. As a verb, the accent is on the second syllable.
The first syllable is stressed. The US pronunciation is "KON-flikt"... unless, of course, that would kon-FLIKT with another use of the word.
If you mean is the first syllable accented, it isn't. The emphasis falls on the second syllable. a BRAHD
This is the definition. It is very detailed, but don't worry. I'll give you an example next. Accented: The relative prominence of a particular syllable of a word by greater intensity or by variation or modulation of pitch and tone. Example: How do you say syllable? Like this? SYL-luh-bull. Yes. You …won't catch anyone saying it like: syl-LOW-BILL. That's really the best I can do, and if you still don't get it, the suggestions below can help you. :-) (MORE)
The word meaning "in the middle of" is pronounced "bih-TWEEN" (/bÉªËtwin/ in IPA) with stress on the second syllable.
All the priests and practitioners I have listened to have pronounced the name a-VA-lo-KIT-esh-VA-ra, although I couldn't say for certain.
the tilda ^ do not know what he is talking about Say the word with one syllable louder than the others. If it sounds right, that's the accented syllable. If it doesn't, then try another. EX: ACCented, not accENTed or accentED
It is correct to accent either the first or the second syllable of "exquisite". Some dictionaries list the pronunciation with the first syllable accented first, and some list it second. The best speakers accent the first syllable.
The second syllable is stressed: adVANtage, indicated in most English dictionaries by an apostrophe before the accented syllable: ad'vantage
The word flounder has two syllables. The accent is on the first syllable. The syllables of the word are foun'-der.
Depending on how the word, "Comparable" is used, the accented syllable can either be 'Com' or 'par'.
Trick question! Either syllable can be accented in desert. If you accent the first syllable, it's an arid place, possibly with cacti. If you accent the second syllable, it's a verb meaning to abandon or leave alone.
Say the word out loud. Whatever syllable you emphasize more is the stressed (or accent) syllable. The first syllable in engine is stressed.
The accented syllable of corporal is the COR(KAWR) syllable. which is the first part of the word spoken louder
There are 2 syllables in because: be-cause You stress the second one. In phonemic script that would be \bi-ËkoÌz\
Yes. Used in sentences, because has a long i sound and a short Usound (bih-KUZ). The second syllable is stressed.
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-j…ee-oh-GRAF-ik) or (ann-jee-uh-GRAF-ik). (MORE)
The primary accent is on the middle syllable, and the lesser accent on the first.
The accented syllable of hypertrophy is the first syllable, hy, with a secondary accent on the third syllable, tro.
No credit is a word, but it has an accented syllable, the first syllable. CRED it
No, in the word "device" (object, apparatus, piece of equipment), the accent is on the second syllable.
If you go on a dictionary, for the pronunciation, it says (gi-tahr). TAHR is the accented syllable.
The US pronunciation is stressed on the second syllable (rib) - (kah-RIB-ee-uhn). The UK pronunciation separates the third syllable as (be) - (kah-rih-BEE-uhn).
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 with my tutoring schedule. .
The accent falls on the third syllable: an - ni - VER - sa - ry
The first. The most emphasis is placed on the 'u', making it sound like 'oo'.
The primary stress is one the first syllable, RES. Primary stress is always longer in duration, higher in pitch, and louder in volume. Knowing those three indicators can be helpful in determine syllable stress.
I first need to know what accented means, than I may be able to answer the question
If you mean stressed, then you place stress on the second syllable; be low; . Putting the stress on the first syllable would result in the word bellow. .
The most usual way of finding the accented syllable of a word is to listen to how people pronounce that word. If there is a preponderant type of pronunciation, which is to say, a pronunciation that is used by most people, chances are it is correct (although if you are living in a community with its …own dialect, you will only learn what is correct for that dialect, not necessarily what is more generally accepted as correct English). The other way is to check a dictionary. Dictionaries give spelling and pronunciation, including accents on syllables, for the words that they define. (MORE)
The word child only has one syllable. This means the whole word is the syllable and so there isn't a specific accented syllable.
Arteriolitis is accented on the fifth syllable. A simple way of testing which syllable is accented is by saying the word aloud. Look for the syllable that you naturally emphasise more in your speech.
Almost all words have an accented or stressed syllable: here it is the first syllable (BREK-fehst).
Pericarditis is accented on the fourth syllable. A simple way of testing which syllable is accented is by saying the word aloud. Look for the syllable that you naturally emphasise more in your speech.
Hepatoma is accented on the third syllable. A simple way of testing which syllable is accented is by saying the word aloud. Look for the syllable that you naturally emphasise more in your speech.
The accent depends on the use of the word. The noun content (composition) is pronounced (KAHN-tehnt), stressed first syllable. The content of the book was just not interesting. The adjective content (satified) is pronounced (kun-TENT), stressed second syllable. He was content with his …current salary. (sometimes contented ) (MORE)
Transmit is accented on the second syllable. A simple way of testing which syllable is accented is by saying the word aloud. Look for the syllable that you naturally emphasise more in your speech.
\n \n\n. \n. Different people have different views on this. Either of the 1st or 2nd syllable is acceptable. Which you choose may be influenced by where you live.
The accent is on the first syllable . VIZ: Saunter \'sÈ¯n-tÉr, 'sÃ¤n-\ vi (from copy of Merriam-Webster)
It is a first accented syllable because the first syllable of the word is emphasised when the word is spoken.
It can be either. Usually when it's a noun, the accent is on thefirst syllable. When it's a verb, the accent is on the secondsyllable. Q: What should I do with this thing? A: You should in-SERT the IN-sert.
"Carcinogenisis" is not an English word. The word carcinogenesis has six syllables. You accent the word as car-cin-o-gen'-i-sis.
It depends on the meaning. The unit of time has the accent on thefirst syllable. The adjective for "really tiny" has the accent onthe second syllable.