This Rule applies to those words in English with two or more syllables that end with the letters
To translate them into Spanish, we will substitute the ending with
As an example, the English word rustic is the Spanish word rústico.
A reminder: this ending is pronounced EE-KO
Rústico, then, is pronounced ROOS-TEE-KO
This Rule applies to many useful words in Academia (Chemistry, Geography, Physics, Medicine, etc.) as well as common-usage words.
These are irregular words and therefore receive written accents as shown. The stress, of course is on the syllable where the written accent is located. The accent is always written above the vowel in that syllable (See ACCENTS in Chapter One), so here are some Examples