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The Two Kinds of Stress
5 Degrees of Stress
9 Stress Patterns
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adjective adverb American stressing atory Britain British collocations components stressed compound suffixes Compounds whose second consonant dialects double double-stressed double-stressed words English Intonation English-type compounds examples final elements five syllables following words foreign four syllables full list full stress gerund given gonal Greek-type compounds Groundwork of English high level stress indicated ing-form kinetic stress kinetic tone lexical pronunciation lexical stress marked monosyllabic prefixes nomen agentis Note noun number of syllables number of words onym partial stress past participle pattern phagi phonetic pitch ponent post-kinetic stress pre-kinetic stress preceded pronounced Romanic Romanic-type compounds root second component second element second syllable semantic Similarly single-stressed single-stressed compounds Six syllables static stress stress incidence stress-mark Stress-pattern suffix syllables Stress-pattern take a post-kinetic takes the kinetic teetotum tendency third syllable three syllables tive trisyllabic unstressed syllables usually verb Verb Noun word stress Words of four Words of three xboard xcon xHarbour xmanage