Presentation on theme: "Pronunciación y Estrés Lección 6. Estrés If a word ends in a vowel, or the letters “n” or “s,” the natural stress of the word is the second to last syllable."— Presentation transcript:
Estrés If a word ends in a vowel, or the letters “n” or “s,” the natural stress of the word is the second to last syllable. ven-ta-na com-pren-de-mos gran-de pe-rros If a word ends with a consonant (other than “n” or “s”) the stress is naturally on the last syllable. re-loj fe-no-me-nal co-mer com-par-tir
Diptongos y Sílabas A diphthong is a combination of a strong vowel (A, E, O) and an unaccented weak vowel (U, I) (ai, ia, au, ua, ei, ie, eu, ue, oi, io, ou, uo) OR a combination of weak vowels (iu, ui) that create ONE syllable. au-to vein-te Two strong vowels together create TWO syllables. le-o ca-os
Acentos If there is an accent mark in a word, all rules are broken and the stress is naturally emphasized on the syllable with the accent mark. co-mió cor-ta-cés-ped re-lám-pa-go dí-a ha-blá-ba-mos na-ción
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