Hi everybody, I have four questions. In these four homographs, the stress marks meaning. PRO-duce = noun pro-DUCE = verb RE-fuse = noun re-FUSE = verb DIS-count = noun dis-COUNT = verb UP-set = noun up-SET = verb --- 1) Is there a word for homographs pairs like these? 2) Does this happen with other parts of speech i.e. stress marks the difference between an adjective and an adverb? 3) It seems like when the stress in on the last syllable, it's a verb. Is that a consistent pattern in English? 4) Can you think of more examples of words that differ in stress only?