But there might also be as many unaccented
syllables as the poet liked.
And the unworried, unaccented
voice of her father went on tormenting her.
This reviewer reads the four-line stanzas as consisting two lines of six-beat lines followed by two lines of three-beat lines, without a regular pattern to unaccented
and accented syllables.
These included a common long vowel (/o/ in rope), a diphthong (/ow/ in shower), and an unaccented
final syllable (/er/ in shower).
Ponderal rhythm results from the combination of accented and unaccented
For the version reprinted with the novel, a few minor emendations have been made: "cafes" are now "cafes," the "Plaza de la Constitucion" is now the "Plaza de la Constitucion" (they are unaccented
in BL), and the line breaks between sections in White's versions are no longer included.
Stress-accent, which comprises the lower of the two levels, concerns word-stress or lexical stress: that is, the presence of a single accented syllable (and any number of relatively unaccented
syllables) in a given word.
Since students in uniform were forbidden to enter theatres--a distraction from their studies--the Centers were the only places where they could hear (in person or on film) unaccented
The actor studied hard, but he concluded: ''If I had come here as a boy, I could speak unaccented
English; at 24, it is impossible.
Shouting "Allahu akbar" as they fired, the men also spoke fluent, unaccented
French in the military-style noon-time attack on the weekly paper Charlie Hebdo, located near Paris' Bastille monument.
Consonants Short Digraphs Initial/ Long vowel Other vowel Initial vowel final patterns patterns Final blends beesh necst/ driv/drive hours/ beach next ariv/arrive owns wen/ clos/close hows/house when plad/played ther/there pac/pack tosded/ goons/dunes bak/back toasted fier/fire mad/made Consonants Inflected Syllable Suffixes Words Initial endings juncture and spelled Final unaccented
correctly final [high syllables frequency) stopt/ litlle/little went stopped was when the
Lass (1994: 108) and Ringe (2006: 11) agree that normal and long grades typically appear in accented position, and zero-grades in unaccented
syllables followed by an accent.