Stress & Accentuation. Mrs. O. Pacheco Spanish III-IV. Dividing Syllables. Division of Syllables 1-2-3-4-5 : Make syllables one consonant first followed by one vowel. (as much as possible and wherever possible) Examples: (Put more stress on the bold syllable) CA -SA = house
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Mrs. O. Pacheco
Division of Syllables 1-2-3-4-5:
Examples:(Put more stress on the bold syllable)
CA-SA = house
GA-TO = cat
TE-LÉ-FO-NO = telephone
MA-MÁ = mom
GOR-DO = fat
A-NO-CHE = last night
All of the following words are stressed on the next to last syllable (o la penúltimasílaba).
Each of the following words is stressed on the last syllable (o la últimasílaba).
All of the follwing words are stressed on the third to the last syllable (o la antepenúltimasílaba). Notice that esdrújulas always have a written accent mark.
All of the follwing words are stressed on the fourth to the last syllable (¡o la preantepenúltima sílaba!). Notice that sobresdrújulas always have a written accent mark.Notice also that in each of them the last two syllables are attached pronouns.