Intro to Word Stress: American English Pronunciation


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  1. racheal,here's my doubt,the word "whatever"(wɑːt'evər).Can i link the t to e as a "te" sound?even if the e is stress in this word.

  2. Most of my videos do have subtitles. However, I have not had the time to go back and do that to these older videos. You can, however, see the text by clicking on the link in the description, which will take you the page on my website where the whole transcript is available. 🙂

  3. Hey Rachel! Thank you so much for all useful videos :))). But where I can find the software that you used in this video, please? Thanks a lot 🙂

  4. Hi Rachel, Hope you are doing well. i am really confused from where i can start, it will be great if you direct me.. thanks alot

  5. I just found your channel and I am very excited! I have been going through the videos and I feel like I am gonna come to it frequently. Thank you! However I have found that some of the playlists, like "intonations" can't seem to be played from where I am (Germany). Is that on purpose?

  6. I have been watching the R video for about month. It leads me back to right track in speaking English and I have already transcended some obstacles in pronunciation.

  7. Hey, this video has Chinese Captions !!! I need to help with my contribution as well… 🙂

  8. So, I need to stop watching the video for a while and go about writing the Portuguese subtitles so that Brazilians can best understand it as well. And… that's exactly what I'm gonna do 🙂

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