Threshold is a point of entry or beginning. The maximum level of radiation or a concentration of a substance considered to be acceptable or safe. It is the level, rate, or amount at which, something comes into effect or one starts to feel or react to something.
A paean is a song, creative work or triumph expressing enthusiastic praise.
Cherish the Strength of the Pitch
Perish the Thought of the Bitch
It is better to imagine the worst and plan
Assume the best and move forward positively
The Host is the redeemer, as the Guardian Redeemer fails to spread the corner of his garment over her, to cover her naked body, or shall we say, one becomes worthy by not cutting corners.
Look at the following sentences. Speak them out loud and especially stress the word that is in bold writing. Then think about how the meaning of the utterance changes.
Whose mother was Tamar
Whose mother was Rahab
Whose mother was Ruth
And whose Grandmother was Naomi
Whose mother had been Uriah’s wife
Whose mother was Jesus ?
WORD STRESS & SYLLABLE STRESS
The difference between (noun) Content and (verb) content
Not all syllables are equal!
If there is more than one syllable in the word, then there will be one syllable that is stronger, clearer and bolder than the others. The pronunciation of that syllable is clearer.
Question : How many syllables in the compound word (words with two parts) grandmother?
Answer : 3 syllables
Divide grandmother into syllables: grand-moth-er
Stressed syllable in grandmother: grand–moth-er
See More on Word Endings : ic – sion – tion & cy, -ty, -phy – gy – gy
Rhythm (Jade explains the Queen’s English) is about how we use a combination of stressed and unstressed words in sentences. Sentences have strong beats (the stressed words) and weak beats (the unstressed words). Intonation (Ashley explains well) is the way the pitch of a speaker’s voice goes up or down as they speak. Stress (Emma explains) is about which sounds we emphasize in words and sentences. For example in the word ‘banana’ the stress is on the second syllable, in the word ‘orange’ the stress is on the first syllable. In sentences, we usually stress the most important, ‘content’ words.
Who was the Son of Salmon and Rahab, Husband of Ruth of Moab , Father of Obed, Brother of Elimelech . and Tob. Who was Elimelech ?
What is the Strategy Difference in the two ?
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