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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.


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.


On Kaggle there is a dataset with Tweets and polarity, I used this dataset. There is the link:

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