75 Replies to “English Stress: 3-syllable Words”

  1. Rachel, makes a video reading the poem The Chaos to improve our pronunciation. It would be good to hear the poem recited by an American speaker.

  2. Rachel, please make a video with the correct pronunciations of hostile, fragile, and tactile. I have heard some people pronoun with a long i and some with a short i. Please clarify. Thank you.

  3. hey Rachel, as always is a really pleasure to be learning with ur videos, l'd like to know, how have u seen the election day beyond from Trump's triumph?

  4. I liked your video classes too much. You're helping people all of worl, including me.Thanks a lot and God bless you!

  5. Hi Rachel, could you make a video about the pronunciation of 'word' and 'world'? It's very difficult for me to pronounce it. Thanks! 🙂

  6. Hi! Could you please help me to pronounce the words " Half the Cities Is Already ". It was quite hard for me to hear " is already" in the whole sentence. Thank you so much!

  7. hello, Rachel …………………thanks a lot !!! And can u make your podcast on Audible ? And then we can listen your podcast anywhere and at anytime !

  8. Hi Rachel!

    I would like to know why the indefinite article "a" is pronounced in some sentences like /ə/ and sometimes like /eɪ/. For example: "he is /ə/ very influent man" or "he is /eɪ/ very influent man". How do I know when to say each one?

    Thank you!

  9. Excellent video Rachel.
    Could you please make a video with the correct pronunciation of the words lack, lock, luck, look and luke?
    There are very few videos out there that cover some of these words but they are mostly incomplete and quite confusing especially when explaining the difference between luck and lock. Very very similar, I can't differentiate them

  10. Hello, Rachel! Here's my homework. Hope you like it. 🙂

    English Stress: 3-syllable words.

    Patern: da-DA-da

    1) emPHAtic — William Hope Hodgson, a British writer of horror and supernatural fiction, was emPHAtic and unrestrained in his talk.

    2) adVANtage — I take complete adVANtage of raw food to gain lean mass.

    3) I'm sTARTing — I'm sTARTing a new running habit.

    4) let's TRY it — This place looks good. Let's TRY it.

    5) toMOrrow — Don't leave what you can do today for toMOrrow.

    6) a WINEglass — Sarah celebrated her birthday last night with a WINEglass painting party.

    7) fiNANcial / sucCESSful — The most important fiNANcial decision you can make is to have a sucCESSful marriage.

    8) a FRUITcake — Mom made me a FRUITcake.

    9) exTERnal — "The Wolfe" is an exTERnal processor that can make MacBooks run faster.

    10) whatEVer — WhatEVer you decide to do, make sure it makes you happy!

    Guys! Feel free to use all these words and sentences for your practice.
    Kostas.

  11. Hi Rachel,Could you please send me the link where we can search one word and it will show some video that include this word? Thanks in advance.

  12. Hi Rachel. Could you help me? I want to know how to teach American English like a child. I speak about "English as a Second Language". I speak Russian, but I don't remember how I taught it. What are you thinking about Berlitz's Method? I want to get American English like a native speaker. Thanks in advance 🙂

  13. Dear Rachel, I'd like you to explain the pronunciation difference(s) between winter and winner? Becouse flapping "t" makes the first one sound like the second one! Thanks anyway!

  14. Rachel dear, I wonder if you have already made a video with the plural form of words that end in -th, such as bath, birth, booth, death…I find them very hard to pronounce. Thank you so much!!!

  15. Hi Rachel, thanks for your guidance. Actually I still don't know how to pronounce "completely" correctly as there are too many clusters in a 3-syllable only word (mpl-t-l, that combination of consonants going with there long i sounds is a true headache ). Thank you in advance !

  16. Hi Rachel's, I realize that you droped the T in the "Advantage" word when you pronounce, is that correct?. Thanks you

  17. Hi,Rachel. Could you tell me that if there is any way to tell whether a word is "Da-da-da"or "da-Da-da". Thx

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  19. Stressed unhealthy life is extensively hard for survival. Words used Stressed, unhealthy, extensively and survival.

  20. Hello, How do we identify where to stress and where unstress coz there are millions of words it's difficult to remember pronunciation rules. Its difficult to speak consciously .

  21. How do we identify that the word has 3 syllables or 2 or 1 and where to stress . I haven't seen any specific rules for the same and I heard many Americans stressing the similar words randomly. Most of the time they eat words with fillers .

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