New on YouTube! Let’s continue talking about Natural American English Pronunciation. In this lesson, we will look at the pronunciation of words that shift their stress depending on which part of speech they are.
The words in this lesson are: address/address, compete/competition, define/definition, estimate/estimation, invite/invitation, present/present, produce/product, rebel/rebel, record/record, signify/significant, specify/specific, and suspect/suspect. Let’s check it out!
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