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Accentuation rules in Brazilian Portuguese - PEde vs peDI

In Portuguese, if no accent is present and the last syllable is CONSONANT + i, then the word is oxytone. Oxytone means the last syllable is the tonic one. It is quite rare to see an accent in words ...
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Accentuation rules in Brazilian Portuguese - PEde vs peDI

In Portuguese, the spelling and accent marks fully specify which syllables are stressed. You don't need to look at any other context; the spelling is enough to be sure of the stress. What you're ...
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