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Word Stress in English | How to Pronounce… ✅



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Word Stress in English can be challenging for English learners who are trying to improve their speaking skills. Luckily for you, I’ve got a few VERY USEFUL tips to help you pronounce some common nouns and verbs correctly. No more mistakes!

If you don’t know how to pronounce multi-syllable words in English, you’ll find this lesson extremely useful!

(HINT: As a GENERAL rule, most two syllable English NOUNS are stressed on the first syllable! And most two syllable English VERBS are stressed on the second syllable!)

My video lessons are created to help English learners to improve their pronunciation and speaking skills. Please note that the pronunciation of some of these words differs between English accents. I speak with an Australian English accent 🙂

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The curious incident of the dog in the night.
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37 thoughts on “Word Stress in English | How to Pronounce… ✅

  1. Hey gang! I hope you enjoy this lesson 😃I mentioned how useful audiobooks are to improve your pronunciation and speaking skills 💪 I've added a list of books I recommend in the description of this video! Choose one and get it for FREE from Audible 😍👉http://www.audibletrial.com/mmmEnglish

  2. Hi Emma Thank you so much; I think my English has increased a lot, since I started to follow your classes
    . kisses from Colombia.

  3. Console (n) – input / output interface in programming, and also refers to xbox, Sega, etc.
    Console (v) – to give moral support to someone

    Actually, I have been mispronouncing these two words for years, thanks for the lesson, I'll keep practicing!
    Btw, even in my native (Russian) language I often do mistakes when stressing words, which is a bit ridiculous 😀

  4. I know how to pronounce the noun and the verb of the same word, but not the stress.Now I know the trick. You 're amazing.Anyway, one more word for you ' insult '.Cherrio, take care. Bye for now.

  5. Thank you for the great lesson. Do you recommend an app where I can find where I should stress the word in an easy way? I've found this app: Word Stress. what do you think?

  6. 1#The convict was finally freed from his so-called crime.
    2#The man was convicted of vandalism.

    3#You should teach your children to maintain good conduct.
    4#He has been conducting his own business for a long.

    5#At the end of the course, you will be provided with a certificate.
    6#This English course will certificate you to teach English at basic level.

    7#The video game is not appropriate for un deraged children.
    8#No one thought such an honest man like him would ever misappropriate the money he was trusted with.

  7. You made a revolution in my mind . I knew the vocabulary but I had no idea about how the stress of words was important . So thank you , Emma !

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