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I think Ancient Greek and Russian are also examples of languages, where the addition of suffixes changes the way the original stem was stressed.


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In fact this kind of stress system goes back to Latin, where stress falls to the penultimate or ante-penultimate syllable depending on the length of the last syllables. A syllable counts as long when either its vowel is long or when it is a closed syllable ending in a consonant.


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On Kaggle there is a dataset with Tweets and polarity, I used this dataset. There is the link: https://www.kaggle.com/hbaflast/french-twitter-sentiment-analysis


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