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Learn English with! After a good, long study break from learning the English vowels and consonants, you decide to pick up where you left off with your English lessons. You start reading that there is something called “stress” in the English language. After reading through a few pages, you wipe your brow and ask your roommate in English, “Did you turn off the air conditioning?” Your roommate responds in English, “No, why?” You tell your roommate in English, “I’m a bit sweaty. It feels a bit warm in here to me.” Your roommate advises you in English, “It’s just because you’re working hard on your English. What are you studying now?” You respond in English, “Stress.” Your roommate says in English, “But I asked what you were studying, not how you were feeling!”

Learning English with is the most fun and effective way to learn English! This English Pronunciation lesson will teach you some rules relating to where to put the stress in English words. We’ll also tell you why stress is important in English sentences as a whole. Trust us, there’s no reason to be stressed about learning to pronounce English with stress! Visit us at where you will find many more fantastic English lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!

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