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?
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!)
“Hi. I’m Jade. What we’re talking about today is word stress in English. What’s word stress? Well, it’s part of the rhythm of English, and it’s what can help your English sound much more natural. … Continue reading How to sound like a native speaker – Word Stress
Hi. This is Gill at www.engvid.com, and today we’re going to look at a particular type of thing that happens to people in their lives and also to look at the kind of way we … Continue reading Speaking English – How to talk about STRESS
This video will focus on function words, or, the words that will be lower in pitch, often very quick, sometimes lower in volume, and sometimes even reduced. Reduced means a sound in the word may … Continue reading Function Words – American English Pronunciation + Intonation/Word Stress