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Longer words, however, may also have one or more secondarily stressed syllables. For the most part, secondary stress can be determined regularly by identifying the primary stress, and then applying secondary stress to every other syllable in each direction from the primary stress. Compound words may or may not have multiple primary stresses. For this to happen, both stems (not counting case endings or linking morphemes) must have at least two syllables each; otherwise one stem will dominate. If either stem consists of only a single syllable while the other has more, the stem containing a single syllable is certain to acquire primary stress.
Examples include: • наценати nacenáti ~ нашнати naśnáti “begin, start” • брати bráti ~ женти źénti “bring” (cf. Common Slavic *brati, *vъzęti) As can be seen above, the suffix -нати -náti, always third conjugation, also frequently forms perfectives. 1 The Regular Present/Future Tense The Present/Future tense endings may be attached to both perfective and imperfective verbs. On perfective stems, they always indicate future action, while on imperfective stems they can indicate both present and future tenses.
For the most part these consonants are consistent in their pronunciation. /n/, like other dental consonants, becomes palatalized [nʲ] before stressed front vowels. The palatal nasal /ɲ/ is pronounced [ɲ] in all dialects; the realization [nʲ] is not permitted by any standard, although it nevertheless may occasionally be heard. 5 Affricates Novegradian has two native affricates, /ts dz/, and one loan affricate, /tʃ/. All of these behave as though they were a single consonant; this can be emphasized by writing a tiebar above them in phonetic transcription, although for the sake of simplicity this will not be done here unless it is necessarily to contrast the affricates /t͡s d͡z/ from the sequences of discrete phonemes /ts dz/.