unstressed and stressed syllables
...Iamb (Iambic)Unstressed + Stressed.........Two Syllables...Trochee (Trochaic)Stressed + Unstressed.........Two Syllables...Spondee (Spondaic)Stressed + Stressed.........Two Syllables...Anapest (Anapestic)Unstressed + Unstressed + Stressed.........Three Syllables...Dactyl (DactylicStressed + Unstressed + Unstressed.........Three Syllables
Stressed syllables are emphasized more in speech than unstressed syllables.
The first syllable is stressed. The second is unstressed.
Iambic pentameter is ten syllables long and alternates stressed and unstressed syllables.
unstressed syallablesi dont know
"Side" in sidewalk is stressed.
One stressed syllable followed by two unstressed is called a dactyl, and a line of verse written in that style is called dactyllic. Here are the other kinds of metrical feet as well: iamb: unstressed, stressed trochee: stressed, unstressed dactyl: stressed, unstressed, unstressed anapest: unstressed, unstressed, stressed amphibrach: unstressed, stressed, unstressed amphimacer: stressed, unstressed, stressed bacchius: unstressed, stressed, stressed antibacchius: stressed, unstressed, unstressed pyrrhus: unstressed, unstressed spondee: stressed, stressed tribrach: unstressed, unstressed, unstressed molossus: stressed, stressed, stressed
Take and word are stressed, the rest unstressed.
These are rather the opposite of accented , or stressed syllables. Any syllable that is not accented could be called unstressed.
Stressed and unstressed.