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Lesson 6a - Word Stress - English Pronunciation
Topic: Word Stress. This is a lesson in four parts.
In this first segment, I explain what word stress is and why it's important.
Levels: All levels.
Lesson 6b - Word Stress - English Pronunciation
This is PART TWO of four parts.
Topic: Word Stress.
In this segment I explain syllable separation and how to learn the placement of word stress. The main exercise of this lesson begins: How to pronounce the 50 states and capitals of the USA.
Level: All levels, though the vocabulary and rate of speech in the interviews with native speakers will challenge beginners.



Lesson 6c - Word Stress - English Pronunciation
This is PART THREE of four parts.
Topic: Word Stress.
In this segment we continue the main exercise of this lesson: How to pronounce the 50 states and capitals of the USA. Level:
All levels, though the vocabulary and rate of speech in the interviews with native speakers will challenge beginners.
Lesson 6d - Word Stress - English Pronunciation
This is PART FOUR of a lesson in four parts.
Topic: Word Stress.
In this segment we finish going through the pronunciation of the 50 states and capitals of the USA. Some patterns based on syllable count are shown, and a final interview with a native speaker is presented.
Level: All levels, though the interviews with native speakers will challenge beginners. They increase in difficulty from Lesson 6b to 6c to 6d.


 

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