emphasis in the word "beet" - on the first syllable
According to the norms of modern Russian accent in the word "beet" falls on the first syllable - to "e".Pronunciation of the word "beet" through "e" with an accent on the last syllable is an error, and the rough.In dictionaries, even it stresses the inadmissibility of the incorrectness of pronouncing "beet" with the accent on the "a".
This stress is maintained in all cases, both the singular and plural: beets, beets, svЁklami, beets and so on.
However, a word formed from the word "beet", the emphasis may shift.Thus, the diminutive "svekolka" is pronounced with the accent on the second syllable, the emphasis here is placed on t
Why is the word "beet" correct accent on the "e»
word "beet" is composed of the letter "e", which is in the Russian language "in a special position."And one of the features is that the sounds are transmitted by means of this letter, are always under the stress.The only exceptions are some borrowed or compound words.But "beets" to the exclusion does not apply.
At the same time, the letter "E" is often replaced by "E" - according to the rules of the Russian language, "the letter to the points" required to write only in books for children who are just beginning to learn to read, as well as in cases where it is necessary fortransmission pronunciation (such as place names or surnames) or smyslorazlichayuschuyu plays a role (for example, the words "all" and "all" have different meanings).The word "beet" to the number of words, where the use of "E" definitely does not apply.Therefore, most of it written by "e", and together with the points of g disappears and the indication of the pronunciation of the word.
This is probably one of the reasons that many are beginning to say "beet" through "E" with the accent on the last syllable.Recall, it is considered rude speech errors.
To memorize the correct accents in the word "beet" can be used very similar to a Russian-sounding name of "Thekla."One of the most popular poems to memorize the correct accent - "Do not Thecla and Thekla, not beets and beet."