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Palavras oxítonas

Palavras oxítonas

oxitona

Hey, guys! Are you ok?
Well, in our Dica today, we are going to talk about palavras oxítonas.

Definition

Palavras oxítonas are words that stressed syllable is last one, the strongest one. What stress/strength is that? The strength of the tone, right? The strength when we speak, the stressed syllable.

Examples of oxítonas

Anel
Cristal
Amor
Animal
Ali
Azul
Ring
Crystal
Love
Animal
There
Blue
 

Ok? So, these are palavras oxítonas, ok?

Let’s see here another definition. All oxítonas that have in the last syllable the letters a, e, e o,  they have a graphic sign.

Examples of oxítonas with graphic sign

How does it work? Let’s see? Some examples here:

Canadá
Amapá
Pelé
Café
Jiló
Avó
Canada
Amapá
Pelé
Coffee
Scarlet eggplant
Grandmother

You can see see, when I say these words, the strength/stress is in the end of these words, ok? How about practcing a little?

Now it’s your turn

Choose the words that are oxítonas and the ones that use graphic sign if necessary:

Cafe
Banana
Maracuja
Musica
Carro
Radical
Bonito
Panama
Viver
Aprender
Cadeira
Sistema
Brasil
Ganhar
Viajar
Cachorro
Bau
Cerveja
Gato
Praia

So, that’s it, guys! Big hug for you all and see you in our next Video Dica!

Big hug to you all from Rio de Janeiro and see you next time.
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Paroxítonas acentuadas 1
Paroxítonas acentuadas 2
Palavras proparoxítonas

 

Answers

Café
Maracujá
Radical
Bonito
Panamá
Viver
Aprender
Brasil
Ganhar
Baú

 

 

 

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