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Unit 13 – ti???? pr?n?ns?e???n ?nd f??n?l??i Jun?t ??rtin w?z gre?t ?t h?d v?ri jusf?l ?nf?r me???n. Wa?l ð?s jun?t w?z l??g?r ð?n ð? f?rst tw?lv a? fil æft?r f?n???? ?t a? r?li ge?nd s?m n?l??. I searched for some alternate explanations online to help better understand some of the material introduced in this unit. In regard to 'word stress' I found the following on this website https://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/article/word-stress and found it very useful. I thought I would share it just in case someone is actually reading these unit reviews and wanted to incorporate it into the current text for unit 13. A stressed syllable combines five features: (using the word computer as an example) It is l-o-n-g-e-r... com p-u-ter It is LOUDER... comPUTer It has a change in pitch... from the syllables coming before and afterwards. The pitch of a stressed syllable is usually higher. It is said more clearly...The vowel sound is purer. Compare the first and last vowel sounds with the stressed sound. It uses larger facial movements... Look in the mirror when you say the word. Look at your jaw and lips in particular.