Different Grammatical Forms of the Same Word

When a disyllabic word is used as a verb or noun/adjective the pronunciation changes. When used as a verb, the stress is on the second syllable, as noun/adjective, on the first syllable.

conflict. as a verb, "I hope that won't conFLICT in any way." as a noun, "There will be no CONflict."

record. as a verb, "Remember to reCORD the show!". as a noun, "I'll keep a RECord of that request."

permit. as a verb, "I won't perMIT that." as a noun, "We already got a PERmit."

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absent - abstract - accent - addict - address - affect - affix - alloy - ally - annex - assay - attribute augment - belay - combat - combine - commune - compact - complex - compost - compound compress - concert - conduct - confect - confine(s) - conflict - conscript - conserve - consist console - consort - construct - consult - content - contest - contract - contrast - converse - convert - convict - costume - decrease - default - defect - desert - detail - dictate - digest - discard discharge - discount - discourse - dismount - document - escort - essay - excise - exploit - export - extract - finance - foretaste - foretoken - frequent - gallant - impact - implant - implement impound - import - impress - imprint - incense - incline - increase - indent - inlay - insert - insult - intercept - interchange - intercross - interdict - interlink - interlock - intern - interplay interspace - interweave - intrigue - invert - invite - involute - mandate - misconduct - misprint object - offset - ornament - overcount - overlap - overlay - overlook - override - overrun overturn - perfect - perfume - permit - pervert - prefix - present - proceed(s) - produce - progress - project - protest - purport - rampage - rebel - recall - recap - recess - recoil - record - re-count redirect - redo - redress - refill - refund - refuse - regress - rehash - reject - relapse - relay remake - repeat - reprint - research - reset - retake - retard - retract - retread - rewrite - segment subject - survey - suspect - torment - transfer - transform - transplant - transect - transport transpose - undercount - underlay - underline - underscore - update - upgrade - uplift - upset
A List of words you ought to know:

object, subject, project, perfect, conduct, contrast, contract, export, rebel, produce, record, progress, import, increase, present, contact, permit, convict, address.

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