three syllableThis week's word of the week is 'beautiful'. It's a three syllable word with stress on the first syllable. DA-da-da, beautiful.
Wondering why lovely is 2 syllables?
An iambic foot, which consists of one unstressed syllable followed by one stressed syllable ("away"), is the most common metrical foot in English poetry. A trochaic foot consists of one stressed syllable followed by an unstressed syllable ("lovely").
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Primary Stress: The syllable with the Primary Stress is the loudest and longest syllable in a word. It has a very noticeable change in pitch on the vowel. In one-syllable words, that one syllable gets the primary stress.
Wondering why starting is 2 syllables?
Stress isn't just something that happens. In fact, it has five stages: alarm, resistance, possible recovery, adaptation, and burnout.
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dearer : dear/er (two syllables) 4.
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The "Biscuits and Gravy" are one of McDonald's most famous "secret menu" items in the South.
After this harsh lesson, Whis says, "It's that we are always in the Ultra Instinct state."