English Grammar

e.g. Nice to meet you, Mike.
1. Stress Nice. Nice is a content word, so nice is stressed.
2. Put the stress on meet.
3. Stress Mike.
4. Mark accent on the first e in 'meet'
5. Put the stress on the first e in 'meet'.
6. Mike is a proper noun, so you should stress Mike. Mark accent on 'i'.
7. Mark accent for the stressed word.
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Are all the expressions grammatical? Would you correct the errors?

asked by John
  1. I would shorten this and make it more concise.
    #1 Stress content words: Nice, meet and Mike.

    #2. Mark the content words with an accent mark.

    #3. All the content word are one syllable.

    #4. The middle vowel in the content words is pronounced with long vowel sounds: "ee" and "eye"

    posted by GuruBlue

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