Hi everyone! This is Teacher Ryane and this is Stressed Syllables Part 2! So, in the first video I had lots of comments about questions like: “Teacher, how do we know which syllable to stress? … Continue reading Stressed Syllables (Part 2): Where does the stress go?
welcome to the minute of speech this stress rule is a request from a Japanese client how do you stress a compound noun compound nouns are two words that when said together make a new … Continue reading Word Stress: How to Stress a COMPOUND NOUN – American English Pronunciation
Hey everyone. In this video we’re going to do some more pronunciation. We’re going to focus on word stress. In order to talk about word stress, we need to review syllables first. So remember that … Continue reading Pronunciation: Word Stress
Extra English Practice [mouse squeak] Hi, everybody, and welcome back to EEP. Today we want to talk about pronunciation. We want to talk about rhythm in English. And this is something that really helps you … Continue reading Sentence Stress: Content and Function Words
Hello, guys. Welcome back to www.engvid.com. Today we are going to be looking at the words that you put stress on, and how they give a different meaning to the sentence. So we’re going to … Continue reading Speak like a NATIVE SPEAKER by using sentence stress in English (with examples!)
Can you sing? I like to sing very much, but I don’t have a great singing voice. I’m better at playing the piano. I understand music pretty well, and of course I understand the English … Continue reading Introduction to Stress and Intonation – English with Jennifer