Stress Syllable- is a stress syllable
Deliver has the stress on the second syllable.
yes, the last syllable is the stress syllable
The stress in the word "syllable" is on the first syllable: SYL-la-ble.
The third syllable has the primary stress, and the first syllable has a secondary stress: it is pronounced di'-a-REE''-a.
The stress on a syllable can be called an accent.
Stress on the first syllable.
The stressed (not stress) syllable in "sincere" is the second (final) syllable, "-cere."
Stress the fourth syllable - en-cy-clo-PE-di-a. There is also a secondary stress on the second syllable, but the major stress should be placed on the fourth syllable.
The stress is on the second syllable 'tin'
The stress is on the first syllable
Prance only has one syllable.
No, acceptable pronunciations include stress on the first syllable (AU-to-mo-bile), stress on the last syllable (au-to-mo-BILE), and stress on the third syllable (au-to-MO-bil). That is, the stress can be on any syllable but the second syllable.
If you stress the first syllable, it means the eighth month of the year. If you stress the second syllable, it means respected and impressive.
The stress is on the first syllable in "sheriff", "sher-."
The stress falls on the first syllable "pho-"
in-for-MA-tion. The primary stress is on the third syllable; there is a secondary stress on the first syllable.
The first syllable has the primary stress, and the third (and last) syllable has a secondary stress.
In grammar, a stress mark is a mark that indicates the stress on a syllable. It is placed before, after, or over a syllable.
No the stress is on the first syllable. Row' dy
The stressed syllable is the syllable that is emphasized when it is spoken. Some words have more than one stressed syllable, so the primary stress is the most emphasized syllable, the secondary stress is the second most emphasized, and the tertiary stress is the third most emphasized.
The primary stress in the word ceremony is on the first syllable. A minor stress is on the third syllable.
In the word "multiple," the syllable stress is on the first syllable, "mul." Correct syllable stress is very important in speech and can make it very difficult for others to understand if not done correctly.
The first syllable in "fortification" has the secondary stress; the fourth syllable ("ca") has the primary stress.aldo DelaraDelara
The first syllable, "cab", has the primary stress.
The stress in "energy" is on the first syllable: EN-er-gy.
The third syllable is stressed.
"from" only has one syllable.
A weak syllable is unstressed. A strong syllable carries the stress.
The first syllable of "necessary" is the stressed syllable.
The primary stress is on the third syllable, and the secondary stress is on the first syllable: pop' u la' tion
OR-ga-nize. You probably recognize that the first and third syllables get some degree of stress. The primary stress is on the first syllable, and there is often a secondary stress on the third syllable.
Stress is on the first syllable.
The stress is in "laun"
the stress is put on "no" syllable.
on the first syllable, "gov"
syllable, garbage, tertiary.
Opportunity is stressed on the third syllable.
On the first syllable. SPANish
Over is stressed on the first syllable.
The first syllable is stressed
Private is stressed on the first syllable.
The first syllable is stressed.
It is on the first syllable: ÍNfluence
no, the first syllable is stressed.
Cyclone is stressed on the first syllable.
"sat" is the stressed syllable.
On the first syllable, "flaw"