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#good

It's very interesting! I understand that the sentence meaning significantly changes depending on which word you stress. Please let me practice stress using the first line of the movie which I watched recently. It goes like this: "One small fact, you're going to die." Can I go on?

#or

It's very interesting! I understand that the meaning of the sentence significantly changes depending on which word you stress. Please let me practice stress using the first line of a movie which I recently watched. It goes like this: "One small fact, you're going to die." Can I go on?

It is very interesting how putting a stress on certain words can significantly change the tone of a sentence. And yes, please go on. What movie is that from anyway?
#good

The movie's title is "The Book Thief." In that first line, the narrator put stress on "die." I suppose it means that you are definitely destined to die. However, if you put stress on "one," it would mean that there are many other facts than this one. Am I right?

#or

The movie is called "The Book Thief." In that first line, the narrator put stress on the word "die." I suppose it means that you are definitely destined to die. However, if you put stress on "one," it would mean that there are many other facts than this one. Am I right?

Yes, you are completely right. The way we say things can add a lot to the meaning of the sentence. Do you think so?
#miss

Yes, I do so. Well then, when you place stress on "small," do you mean that there are other more important facts than this small one. Do you agree with my interpretation?

#correct

Yes, I do. Well then, when you place stress on "small," does it mean that there are other more important facts than this small one? Do you agree with my interpretation?

I agree with you. Sometimes we can misunderstand someone if they stress wrong word. Can you write some more sentences on which you can practice stress?
#good

Yes, I can, but before that let's continue it with the same quote a bit more. If you lay stress upon "fact," it would mean that what you're going to say is an obvious fact, I guess. Well then, if you stress "you" in the same sentence, what would that mean?

#or

Yes, I can, but before that let's continue with the same quote a bit more. If you emphasize the word "fact," it would mean that what you're going to say is an obvious fact, I would guess. So then, if you stress "you" in the same sentence, what would that mean?

  • else(他の)
  • truth(真実)
  • wallet(財布)
  • stole(盗む)
  • meaning(意味)
  • Not that wallet, some other wallet.(その財布ではなくて、他の財布です。)
  • I think someone else took it.(他の人が盗んだと思います。)
  • That's not true at all.(全くの無実無根です。)
  • Someone else said it.(他の人が言いました。)
  • I didn't say Jack stole the wallet.(私はジャックがあの財布を盗んだとは行っていません。)

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