I've been looking for an anwer to the question of stress and diacritics in welsh that I've not been able to find upto now.
While the diacritics show variations on the length of the vowel is the stress changed by these diacritics, as in Spanish.
In Spanish the stress is, as in Welsh, almost always on the penultimate syllable, however one of the few diacritics in Spanish is the ' which indicates an abnormal stress; camión and not camion.
So do the diacritics change the stress and this the stressed vowel is always long?
Diolch yn fawr!
Terry (dysgwr dryslyd)