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Is musical a first or second syllable word?

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2008-03-01 05:08:17
2008-03-01 05:08:17

Well, it depends on how you pronounce it. Standard American English puts the stress on the first syllable (if that is what you mean by first or second syllable word). It is pronounced MU-si-cal.

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