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Everything You Ever Need To Know About Spanish Accents. á é í ó ú. Los acentos:. Accents are marks that are used in Spanish to indicate: that a word does not follow the rules of stress. ie...lápiz a change in meaning from another word ie...sí / si an interrogative word

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los acentos
Los acentos:

Accents are marks that are used in Spanish to indicate:

  • that a word does not follow the rules of stress.

ie...lápiz

  • a change in meaning from another word

ie...sí / si

  • an interrogative word

ie...Cuándo

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Rules of stress

  • If a word ends in a vowel, n or s, then the stress falls on the next to the last syllable.
  • If the word ends in a consonant other than n or s, then the stress falls on the last syllable.
  • Any exception to the above rules must have a written accent.
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Accents

  • Always go on a vowel
  • Are a strong mark beginning right

over the middle of a vowel and going up at a 45 degree angle to the right.

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