Sentence Stress Part 4 – Common Reductions

Sentence stress is the combination of strong words and weak words in a sentence, which creates a sort of rhythm. Strong words, such as nouns and verbs, are spoken stronger and more clearly than weak words, such as articles, pronouns or prepositions. (See Sentence Stress Part 2) Weak words are not usually pronounced very clearly… Read More Sentence Stress Part 4 – Common Reductions