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Stress Pattern A - Nouns and Adjectives - Part 1 (By: Ovient English)

Most of the time, nouns and adjectives with two syllables have stress on the first syllable. Compound nouns and adjectives also have stress on the first word/syllable.

For example:

gor-geous (adjective)
meet-ing (noun)

Listen to these nouns and adjectives and record yourself reading them. Compare your recording to the teacher’s.


Practice page author: Ovient English www.ovient.com

din-ner

bos-sy

cul-ture

back-ground

bru-tal

bus-y

over-head

hap-py

pro-duct

ad-dress

gas station



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