This is PART FOUR of a lesson in four parts. Topic: Word Stress. In this segment we finish going through the pronunciation of the 50 states and capitals of the USA. Some patterns based on syllable count are shown, and a final interview with a native speaker is presented. Level: All levels, though the interviews with native speakers will challenge beginners. They increase in difficulty from Lesson 6b to 6c to 6d.
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