This Video at 2:55 said that "when we have a list, we use rising intonation in each phrase until we get the final item of the list... the final item of the list will have falling intonation"
Ok, let apply the above rule into this simple question:
I love summer, winter, and autumn.
In dictionary, summer
/ˈsʌmər/ got stressed at the 1st syllable & winter
/ˈwɪntər/ also got stressed at the 1st syllable
But if we read the above sentence, then I think we have these 2 possibilities:
-do not stress the 1st syllable but do stress the 2nd syllable of summer (ie,
/sʌˈmər/) & the 2nd syllable of winter (ie,
-do stress both syllables of summer (ie,
/ˈsʌˈmər/) & both syllables of winter (ie,
So, which option is correct? very confused!
Extra Info: In the dictionary, the word "instrument"
/ˈɪnstrəmənt/ got stressed at the 1st syllable. However, in this video at 2:00, the lady said "Do you play other instruments?". Since that is the question so we have to use rising intonation for the word "instruments". And you can see that she stressed the
/mənt/ so that it sounds like