Как правильно поставить ударение в английских словах?

Попробуйте поставить ударение в этих словах:

  • alarm
  • already
  • ambulance
  • assistent
  • area
  • cafe
  • Chinese
  • collegue
  • comfortable
  • commit
  • confident
  • consultant
  • determined
  • desert
  • dessert
  • district
  • embarrased
  • event
  • Europe
  • European
  • exam
  • fifteen
  • fifty
  • hotel
  • idea
  • important
  • instrument
  • interesting
  • Japanese
  • karate
  • machine
  • modern
  • museum
  • origin
  • original
  • Paris
  • picturesque
  • suicide
  • sunglasses
  • unique
  • until
  • vegetable

Вот как стоит ударение, в этом списке знак стоит ПОСЛЕ ударного гласного звука:

  • alar ́m
  • alrea ́dy
  • a ́mbulance
  • assi ́stent
  • a ́rea
  • cafe ́
  • Chine ́se
  • co ́llegue
  • co ́mfortable
  • commi ́t
  • co ́nfident
  • consu ́ltant
  • deter ́mined
  • de ́sert
  • desser ́t
  • di ́strict
  • emba ́rrased
  • e ́ven
  • eve ́nt
  • Eu ́rope
  • Europe ́an
  • exa ́m
  • fiftee ́n
  • fi ́fty
  • hote ́l
  • ide ́a
  • impor ́tant
  • i ́nstrument
  • i ́nteresting
  • Japane ́se
  • kara ́te
  • machi ́ne
  • mo ́dern
  • muse ́um
  • o ́rigin
  • ori ́ginal
  • Pa ́ris
  • pi ́cturesque
  • suici ́de
  • su ́nglasses
  • uni ́que
  • unti ́l
  • ve ́getable

Бывает так, что ударение можно поставить на любом из двух слогов, вот только значение будет меняться:

  • prEsent - подарок, presEnt - презентовать.
  • absent – /ˈæbsənt/ (adj.) means “not present”; /æbˈsɛnt/ (verb) is mostly used in the phrase “to absent yourself” meaning “not to go to a place where one is expected to be”.
  • accent – /ˈæksənt/ (noun) is the way people in a particular area speak; /əkˈsɛnt/ (verb) (UK) means “to emphasize” (it is often pronounced the same as the noun in American English).
  • addict – /ˈædɪkt/ (noun) is a person addicted to something (such as heroin); /əˈdɪkt/ means “to cause someone to become addicted”.
  • address – /ˈædrɛs/ (US) is the name of the place where you live; /əˈdrɛs/ (US) (verb) means “to direct a speech to someone” (in the UK, both meanings are usually pronounced /əˈdrɛs/).
  • attribute – /əˈtrɪbjuːt/ (verb) means “to express that something was created be someone”; /ˈætrɪbjuːt/ (noun) is a characteristic of something.
  • combine – /kəmˈbaɪn/ (verb) means “to bring together”; /ˈkɒmbaɪn/ (UK) or /ˈkɑmbaɪn/ (US) (noun) is a shorter name for a “combine harvester”.
  • compact – in the (UK), there is a distinction between /ˈkɒmpækt/ (adj.) meaning “including many things in a small space” and /kəmˈpækt/ (verb) meaning “to compress”.
  • complex – /ˈkɒmplɛks/ (UK) or /ˈkɑmplɛks/ (US) is a noun meaning “a (psychological) problem” or “a collection of buildings”; in some dialects (both in British and American English) the adjective meaning “not simple” is pronounced as /kəmˈplɛks/; in others, it is pronounced the same as the noun.
  • conflict – /ˈkɒnflɪkt/ (UK) or /ˈkɑːnflɪkt/ (US) (noun) means “a disagreement”; /kənˈflɪkt/ (verb) means “to be incompatible with”.
  • console – /kənˈsəʊl/ (UK) or /kənˈsoʊl/ (US) (verb) means “to make someone feel better”; /ˈkɒnsəʊl/ (UK) or /ˈkɑːnsoʊl/ (US) (noun) is “a cabinet designed to stand of the floor” or “a device for playing video games”.
  • construct – /kənˈstrʌkt/ (verb) means “to build”; /ˈkɒnstrʌkt/ (UK) or /ˈkɑnstrʌkt/ (US) (noun) is “something constructed; a concept”.
  • content – /ˈkɒntɛnt/ (UK) or /ˈkɑntɛnt/ (US) (noun) is “the contained material”; /kənˈtɛnt/ (adj.) means “satisfied”.
  • contrast – /ˈkɒntrɑːst/ (UK) or /ˈkɑntræst/ (US) (noun) is “a difference in brightness”; /kənˈtrɑːst/ (UK) or /kənˈtræst/ (US) (verb) means “to show the difference” (in some US dialects, both meanings are pronounced as the noun given here).
  • decrease – /dɪˈkriːs/ (verb) means “to become smaller”; /ˈdiːkriːs/ (noun) is “a reduction”.
  • detail – /ˈdiːteɪl/ (noun) is “something small or negligible enough”; in the (US), /dɪˈteɪl/ is a verb meaning “to explain in detail” (in the (UK) the verb sounds the same as the noun).
  • export – /ˈɛkspɔːt/ (UK) or /ˈɛkspɔrt/ (US) (noun) is “something that is exported”; /ɪksˈpɔːt/ (UK) or /ɪksˈpɔrt/ (US) (verb) means “to sell goods to a foreign country”.
  • extract – /ˈɛkstrækt/ (noun) is “something extracted”; /ɪksˈtrækt/ (verb) means “to get something out of something else”. impact – /ˈɪmpækt/ (noun) is “a forceful collision”; /ɪmˈpækt/ (verb) means “to affect”.
  • implant – /ɪmˈplɑːnt/ (UK) or /ɪmˈplænt/ (US) (verb) means “to fix firmly” or “to insert into the body”; /ˈɪmplɑːnt/ (UK) or /ˈɪmplænt/ (US) (noun) is “something surgically implanted in the body”.
  • increase – /ɪnˈkriːs/ (verb) means “to become larger”; /ˈɪnkriːs/ (noun) is “an amount by which something increased”. insult – /ɪnˈsʌlt/ (verb) means “to offend someone”; /ˈɪnsʌlt/ (noun) is “an action intended to be rude”.
  • object – /ˈɒbdʒɪkt/ (UK) or /ˈɑbdʒɪkt/ (US) (noun) is “an existing thing” or “the goal of something”; /əbˈdʒɛkt/ (verb) means “to disagree with something”.
  • perfect – /ˈpɜːfɪkt/ (UK) or /ˈpɜrfɪkt/ (US) (adj.) means “excellent; precise”; /pəˈfɛkt/ (UK) or /pərˈfɛkt/ (US) means “to make perfect”.
  • present – /ˈprɛzənt/ is either an adjective meaning “relating to now” or “located in the vicinity” or a noun meaning either “the current period of time” or “a gift”; /prɪˈzɛnt/ is a verb meaning “to show”.
  • progress – /ˈprəʊɡrɛs/ (UK) or /ˈprɒgres/ (US) (noun) means “a development of something”; /prəˈɡrɛs/ (verb) means “to advance”.
  • project – /ˈprɒdʒɛkt/ (noun) is “something planned”; /prəˈdʒɛkt/ (verb) means “to plan something”.
  • record – /ˈrɛkɔːd/ (UK) or /ˈrɛkərd/ (US) (noun) is “an information put into a physical medium” or “the extreme value of an achievement (in sport)”; /rɪˈkɔːd/ (UK) or /rəˈkɔrd/ (US) (verb) means “to make a recording of something”.

Ударение может перемещаться в родственных словах:

  • o ́rigin - ori ́ginal
  • ima ́gine - ima ́ginative
  • Chi ́na - Chine ́se
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