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ENGLISH WORD STRESS

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Rodrigo Queiroz

on 11 October 2016

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Transcript of ENGLISH WORD STRESS

ENGLISH WORD STRESS
HOW DO YOU PRONOUNCE IT?
HAP
py
ba
NA
na
gi
RAFFE
WHAT IS
WORD STRESS
?
Let`s consider these examples!
Katy Perry
RECORDS
a new song.
Female athlete breaks
RECORD
with Cuba to US swim.
RULE #2
NOUNS and ADJECTIVES with 2 syllables:
TEA
cher
FLOW
er
RULE #3
WORDS with 3 syllables:
CU
rious
as
TO
nish
RULE #4
COMPOUND NOUNS with different words:
green
HOUSE
red
BIRD
COMPOUND NOUNS with linked words:
NEWS
paper
AIR
plane
SUFFIXES
A
ble – a
BI
lity
PO
ssible – possi
BI
lity
MA
gnet – mag
NE
tic
A
thlete – a
THLE
tic
PO
litcs – po
LI
tical
HIS
tory – his
TO
rical
accu
SE
– accu
SA
tion invi
TE
– inva
TA
tion
Stress atractors endings
pa
RADE
ab
STAIN
interview
EE
engi
NEER
gro
TESQUE
as
SESS
japa
NESE
kanga
ROO
her
SELF
Types of Stress
Thought Groups ?
Whenever I do my homework
/
I get sleepy.
/
I really should go to bed earlier,
/
I suppose.
/

I’ll try to get more sleep tonight.
/
Another ways...?
Once upon a time, there was a beautiful
princess who lived in a big castle with her father, the king, and her mother, the queen. Even though she had everything she asked for, she was not very happy.
Sentence Stress
I just read a really good
book
.
new information
What
kind
of book?
A
phoNOlogy
book
.
new information

old information
CONTRASTIVE STRESS
I said I wanted
COF
fee, not
TEA
!
To
DAY
I’ll
stu
dy,
but to
MOR
row I’ll go to the
beach.
What are you planning to
DO
?
I think I’ll do my
HOME
work now.
See you
LAT
er!
Content words are nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs - the ones that carry information and real meaning.
What is intonation?
FALL
FALL-RISE
RISE
RISE-FALL
Statements
FALL
He lives in the house on the corner.
Information (WH) questions
FALL
when we asked for the
FIRST
time
What’s your name?
Information (WH) questions
RISE
when we asked for the
SECOND
time
What’s your name? (I didn’t hear it right)
Yes/No questions
RISE
Are you OK?
Tag questions expecting information
RISE
You’re a doctor, aren’t you? (I really don’t know.)
Tag questions expecting confirmation
FALL
It’s a lovely day, isn’t? (small talk)
Imperatives
FALL
Sit down and put it on the table.
Lists
RISE
,
RISE
,
RISE
and
FALL
I’ll need a pen, a pencil, an eraser and a sharpener.
Non-final clauses
FALL-RISE
If I had a million dollars, I’d travel around the world.
HELLO!
GOODBYE!
HOW ARE YOU?
What have you done?
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