51 thoughts on “Syllable Stress Study: 2-Syllable Words DA-da – American English

  1. Always thankful for your amazing videos.. I've learned a lot since I found your channel 4 years ago, and I'm still learning from you.
    Thank you so much

  2. I'd like to learn how do I decide when the stress goes in joint words like airport, secondhand, softball, childlike, crosstown, redhead, keyboard, makeup, notebook (what do I take in consideration)
    P.S. these are not the most difficult ones, i just cannot come up with them of the top of my head. You know better =)

  3. Ms. Rachel, can you please make videos about how to pass the IELTS test. We would really appreciate it.

    Thank you so much.
    You're the nicest teacher!

  4. hi rachel, l have to say at respect when one want to talk in English tends to commit certain mistakes with some words, and your English lesson is a perfect clarification to helps us to understand, thank you so much!!

  5. Two-syllable word:
    Rachel, Surface, Macbook, Windows, Beeper, printer, oven
    Thank you so much. I really appreciate your teaching.

  6. Thank you rachel! I've been trying really hard to speak in an american accent. I remember you telling me to practice hard. Even though now the situation has improved but I think it can get better.

  7. when I watch english movie I don't understand anything.even I learned english for more than 10 years. please rachel help me

  8. thank u for your teaching another people I'm from Egypt and I really like what u do thank u again and i hope 2 see videos with translation 2 Arabic

  9. thank you teacher but is there any way enable me to talk directly with Americans or English people cause i am from Arabian

  10. Hi Rachel! I find your videos really useful. Would you make a video about the american pronounciation of "him, her, them" because I know American usually do not pronounce them like that, I understand that they do like "make 'em" or something like that, but how can we pronounce it… can you make a video to make it clear? Please, thanks!
    greetings from Paraguay 😊

  11. thank you rachel for helping me out. Your channel its really helpful for someone who wants to learn american english.

  12. Dear Reachel: I'm an english student and three days ago I was watching a video in English about people from Arkansas, United States and I cannot understand all the video, their accent is very hard to understand for me, I understand you perfectly, I can understand radio and tv programs in English but I never had listened an accent like that

  13. Thank you for lots of videos. They are really useful!!
    It's really difficult for me to notice the difference between here and hear, worm and warm.
    Could you make a video for me?? If you make, it will be really helpful!!
    p.s I'm not good at English, so just ignore my mistakes if they exist.

  14. Hello Rachel, i wanna thank you for all your tutorials its being 5 months of practicing American English Accent and i can say i have improved lots, even my new classmates can notice that i have an accent. Its pretty cool and i will continue watching your videos. You Rock.

  15. Hey Rachel, thanks for this video! I think the pronunciation of the word "borrow" and "bottle" is quite similar. Could you talk a little about that?

  16. 2-syllable words:

    laughter, matter, pattern, juicy, awesome, language, city, painter, over, cover, power, planet, shower, children, curtain, pillow, nowhere, speaker, music, homework, building, question, flower, purple, orange, apple, butter, cactus, bother, tiny

  17. I get it – you're saying that American speakers/listeners are masters at filling up the blanks (the parts of the speech that are not very well articulated, the unstressed parts, are well understood even though they don't sound that clear).

  18. Hi Rachel! I have a doubt, when do you pronounce the word "he" without the /h/ sound? I saw you doing that in this video in second 5:20. Thank you for everything!

  19. Thank you very much teacher
    I really understand very well god bless you .
    I.m Munzir from sudan.
    Take care of your self.

  20. Thank you so much for being my teacher even we've never met each other and when I make a mistake please, do not ignore.I 'll take it for my lesson.I'm from Thailand and my teachers are Americans.
    I.want to improve my English

  21. DA-da survey- The survey found that…

    limit- Proposed limit on immigration to the United States may worsen( DA-da) to the nation's…
    System- The U.S. healthcare system

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