|1. Alternation of stressed and unstressed syllables ...||a) both the immediately following and immediately preceding words are stressed; b) semantic weight of a word in the given context; c) the utterance is very long; d) is a very important feature of English rhythm; e) the rule of "normal" stressing; f) is typical of English oral speechg) the influence of rhythm .|
|2. Notional words can be "deprived" of prominence if ...|
|3. The decisive factor for utterance-stress is the ...|
Task IV. Find the wrong variant.
1. Alternation of stressed and unstressed syllables ...
a) an important feature of English rhythm;
b) should be observed in oral English speech;
c) is closely connected to the rule of regular occurrence of stressed syllables in speech;
d) is a mere formality;
3. In connected speech words with two stresses
a) are apt to lose one stress;
b) can be pronounced with partial and full stresses;
c) retain full quality of both stresses;
d) can retain full quality of both stresses.
4. The rule of "normal" stressing means ...
a) stress on notional words and absence of stress on functional words;
b) regular alternation of stressed and unstressed syllables;
c) approximately equal periods of time between rhythmic groups;
d) stress only on notional polysyllabic words.
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