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Take a look at the following list of stressed and non-stressed word types. Basically, stress words are considered CONTENT WORDS such as Nouns e.g. kitchen, Peter (most) principle verbs e.g. visit, construct Adjectives e.g. beautiful, interesting Adverbs e.g. often, carefully Non-stressed words are considered FUNCTION WORDS such as Determiners e.g. the, a, some, a few Auxiliary verbs e.g. don't, am, can, were Prepositions e.g. before, next to, opposite Conjunctions e.g. but, while, as Pronouns e.g. they, she, us Mark the stressed words in the following sentences. After you have found the stressed words, practice reading the sentences aloud. John is coming over tonight. We are going to work on our homework together.
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Unformatted text preview: • Ecstasy is an extremely dangerous drug. • We should have visited some more castles while we were traveling through the back roads of France. • Jack bought a new car last Friday. • They are looking forward to your visiting them next January. • Exciting discoveries lie in Tom's future. • Would you like to come over and play a game of chess? • They have been having to work hard these last few months on their challenging experiment. • Shakespeare wrote passionate, moving poetry. • As you might have expected, he has just thought of a new approach to the problem....
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