semantics

semantics

Published on 18 March 2022
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Transcript
00:02
What is syllable and stress
00:04
Two of the main areas of spoken language
00:10
Pronouncing words
00:17
Native speaker
00:19
Is word stress really important?
00:20
underSTAND
00:20
TAble
00:20
CLEVer
00:20
PHO-to-graph
00:25
Technology
00:26
Technology
00:29
The primary stress
00:31
Helps the listener to understand your speech
00:35
The primary stress
00:36
Address
00:36
Address
00:37
Speak formally to a group
00:37
ə-dɹɛs
00:38
æ-dɹɛs
00:38
Place
00:44
There are patterns that can help us guess word stress without having to check a dictionary.
00:47
There are patterns that can help us guess word stress without having to check a dictionary.
00:50
Word stress rules
00:51
Nouns and adjectives with two syllables:
00:52
E.X:
00:52
Usually first syllable.
00:53
Table /TA-ble/
00:55
Scissors /SCI-ssors/
00:56
Clever /CLE-ver/
00:59
2, Verbs and prepositions with two syllables.
00:60
The stress is usually on the second syllable.
01:01
Between /be-TWEEN/
01:02
E.X:
01:03
Present /pre-SENT/
01:09
3.Words that are both a noun and verb
01:10
Noun -stress on the first syllable
01:11
Verbs stress falls on the second syllable
01:12
Present /PRE-sent/ (a gift)
01:14
Present /pre-SENT/ (give something formally)
01:18
4. Three syllable words ending in “er” and “ly
01:18
Often have a stress on the first syllable
01:19
Manager /MA-na-ger/
01:20
Quietly /QUI-et-ly/
01:21
Orderly /OR-der-ly/
01:25
5.Words ending in “ic,” “sion” and “tion”
01:26
The stress is usually on the second-to-last syllable
01:27
Creation /cre-A-tion/
01:28
Commission /com-MI-ssion/
01:29
Photographic /pho-to-GRA-phic/
01:33
6. Words ending in “cy,” “ty,” “phy,” “gy” and “al”
01:34
The stress is often on the third to last syllable.
01:35
Democracy /de-MO-cra-cy/
01:36
Photography /pho-TO-gra-phy/
01:40
Compound nouns
01:41
The word stress is on the first noun
01:42
Football /FOOT-ball/
01:43
Keyboard /KEY-board/
01:48
8. Compound adjectives and verbs
01:49
The stress is on the second word.
01:51
Understand /un-der–STAND/
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E.X: