Class 6: Stretching the Words

There is something called "stress-timed rhythm" that we use in American English (versus "syllable-timed rhythm" in other languages), which means that one important syllable or word could be the same length as three or four unimportant words. It sounds crazy, but it's true.

Be sure to open the PDF below for further instructions and homework.

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