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 verb Realize, is the Spanish verb Realizar.
The "Z" in Spanish is pronounced like an "S"
(as in Song) [See Quirk # 13]
In the Spanish translation, the last syllable (ar) receives stress.(See "Accents", Rule II, Chapter One)
These words are all verbs, so here are some Examples