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  • Reservoir

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    Ray+za+war

    Tortoise

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    Tor+Tuss

    Auspicious

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    Os+pee+shus

    Plumber

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    Plum-muh

    Raspberry

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    Raz-berry

    Gyro

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    YEE-roh

    Prerogative

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    PRE-rog-ah-tiv

    Lambaste

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    Lam–bay-st

    Celtic

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    Kel-tick

    Chicanery

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    Shi–KAY–nur–ree

    Aegis

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    ee-gis

    Nuclear

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    noo-KLEE-ur

    Larvae

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    lar-VEE

    Zoology

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    zoo-auh-logy

    Chipotle

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    Cheep – oat – lay

    Isthmus

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    is-muh s

    Explicit

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    ik-splis-it

    Cavalry

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    kav-uh l-ree

    Croissant

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    kruh-sahnt

    epitome

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    ih-pit-uh-mee

    Caramel

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    kar-uh-muh l

    Almond

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    am-uh nd

    Quinoa -

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    keen-wah

    Salmon

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    sam-uh n

    Reservoir

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    rez-er-vwahr

    Sherbet -

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    shur-bit

    façade

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    fuh-sahd

    Niche

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    nitch

    Chimera

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    Khi-may-ra

    Chutzpa

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    KHUT-spa

    Verbiage

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    vur-bee-ij

    Mischievous

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    MIS-chuh-vus

    Bruschetta

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    broo-SKET-ah

    Genre

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    zhahn-ruh

    Anesthetize

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    a-nees-thee-taiz

    Hierarchy

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    hai-er-aar-kee

     

    I love to drink tea first thing in the morning.

    Identify the group of stress words in the sentence.

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