Mesmas palavras, pronúncias diferentes

Avatar do usuário Flavia.lm 3885 1 9 86
Noum
Object
Verb
Object
Example: We object to having that object in our office.

Noum
Present
Verb
Present

Noum
Suspect
Verb
Suspect

Noum
Record
Verb
Record

Noum
Progress
Verb
Progress

Noum
Rebel
Verb
Rebel
Example: He's been a rebel all his life. H rebels against all kinds of rules.

Noum
Protest
Verb
Protest

Noum
Contrast
Verb
Contrast

a sílaba forte é a sublinhada

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Flavia...


your ideas are fantastic (should I use plura, fantastics, here?). We learn a lor by your topics.

Thanks very much!
Avatar do usuário Flavia.lm 3885 1 9 86
Hi!
Tks a lot for the compliment!

and the answer is no: fantastic is an adjective and adjectives must be always in the singular form.
Avatar do usuário Donay Mendonça 49130 21 73 1140
Flávia,

Ótimo tópico!

Mais:

Read:Ler(presente)
Read:Leu,lido(passado)


http://dictionary.cambridge.org/diction ... ish/read_1

Valeu!
Avatar do usuário dlr 65
Tear (rhymes with ear) : N - lágrima

Tear (rhymes with hair) : N - rasgo, V - rasgar
Avatar do usuário mili 30
That is an interesting topic, I just think the title should be: stress or rules for two syllables words

example:


In verbs with 2 syllables, the stress usually falls on the second syllable - (60%)

pervert
convert
conflict
project
contract

in nouns and adjectives with two syllables, the stress usually falls on the first syllable - (90%)

exemplo:

speaker
flowers
table
guitar
extra
instant
handsome
gentle
graceful
booklet
pencil
Avatar do usuário Flavia.lm 3885 1 9 86
mili escreveu:That is an interesting topic, I just think the title should be: stress or rules for two syllables words


Hi mili

Actually that was not my intention here, but to point out the fact that some words in English have different pronunciation when used as a noun or as a verb. Everything you said about stress is quite correct, but some of your examples are just one or the other. Thanks for posting, anyway.
Avatar do usuário mili 30
ok Flavia if you insist...haha...just kidding...I like you a lot Flavia
Noun - Verb
ABstract - abstRACT
ACcent - acCENT
ADdict - adDICT
ADdress - adDRESS
ANnex - anNEX
ALly - alLY
ATtribute - atTRIBute
COMbat - comBAT
COMmune - comMUNE
COMpact - comPACT
COMpound - comPOUND
COMpress - comPRESS
CONduct - conDUCT
CONfines - conFINES
CONflict - conFLICT
CONscript - conSCRIPT
CONsort - conSORT
CONtract - conTRACT
CONtrast - conTRAST
CONverse - conVERSE
CONvert - conVERT
CONvict - conVICT
DEcrease deCREASE
DEsert deSERT
DEtail deTAIL
DIScard disCARD
DIScharge disCHARGE
ENvelope enVELope
EScort esCORT
EXploit exPLOIT
EXport exPORT
EXtract exTRACT
FInance fiNANCE
FRAgment fragMENT
IMpact imPACT
IMprint imPRINT
INcrease inCREASE
INsert inSERT
INsult inSULT
MANdate manDATE
OBject obJECT
OVERcharge overCHARGE
OVERwork overWORK
PERmit perMIT
PERvert perVERT
PREfix preFIX
PREsent preSENT
PROceeds proCEEDS
PROcess proCESS
PROduce proDUCE
PROgress proGRESS
PROject proJECT
PROtest proTEST
RAMpage ramPAGE
REBel reBEL
REcap reCAP
REcall reCALL
REcord reCORD
REfill reFILL
REfund reFUND
REfuse refUSE
REject reJECT
REplay rePLAY
SUBject subJECT
SURvey surVEY
SUSpect susPECT
TORment torMENT
TRANSfer transFER
TRANSplant transPLANT
TRANSport transPORT
UPset upSET

more at

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Initial-st ... rived_noun
Avatar do usuário Flavia.lm 3885 1 9 86
agora sim! ;)
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Avatar do usuário Gabi 705 1 1 13
Row, as a queue - pronouced as "ruou" (erre com som do R de cadeiRa)

Row, as an argument - pronouced as "ruau"