2 Stress can also be used to indicate the syntactic relationships between words or parts of words. (p. 111)noun vs verbnoun 1st syllable;verb last syllablee.g. an insult, to insult; an overflow, to overflow; an increase, to increase
3 compound noun vs two word verbs compound noun 1st element;two word verbs both elemente.g. a walkout, to walk out; a put-on, to put on; a pushover, to push over
4 2.3 compound noun vs an adjective + noun phrase compound noun 1st element;an adjective + noun phrase both elemente.g. a hot dog, a hot dog
5 1st column stress on 1st syllable e.g. photograph 3. Stress can be associated with the grammatical structure of the words. See Table 5.2, p. 1111st column stress on 1st syllable e.g. photograph2nd column noun-forming suffix ‘-y’ stress on 2nd syllable e.g. photography3rd column adjective suffix ‘-ic’ stress on the syllable preceding it e.g. photographic
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