Talking about the syllable stress in a
noun, compound noun, two word compound nouns, phrasal verbs and homographs is basically a part of the word pronounced stronger than the rest of the syllables that compound a word.
As we mentioned before, we are
talking about the stress syllables.
We can see that some idioms for
example the most of their nouns have the syllable stress in the first syllable. There are some other cases that they
do not have syllable stress at all. And there are some others that have
their stress syillables in different parts of the nouns
Usually the vowel has a single sound of
Basically when one or more sounds
have lesser sonority are consonants. There is another kind of sounds, for
example when you have a word which consists in a uninterrupted sound formed by a vowel, diphthong or just a syllabic consonant; also can have one or more consonants.
Phasal verbs: are usually made up of a
verb and preposition. For example Phrasal verbs Noun Take out Take out Homographs are words which are written the same but off course have a different pronunciation. For example Verb Noun Present Present Compound nouns for example French fry Doctor´s office City hospital