I know the general principles governing which syllable gets the stress.. There are exceptions, and often there are guidelines which help you out. However, with the words accomodare, accomodati, and accomodatevi I'm not sure why the stress falls where it does. I will capitalize the syllables that are stressed (or where I believe the stress is placed):
The first and third words follow the guidelines I know-so no problem there
Unless I am wrong, the second word has the stress placed as noted (ac-CO-mo-da-ti). Assuming I'm correct about the stressed syllable, can someone (please) let me know why the 3rd from the last syllable is stressed in this case and not the 2nd from the last syllable as with divertiti (di-VER-ti-ti). Thanks in advance for the help.
PS: I will be embarrassed if I'm wrong about the location of the stressed syllables, but learning a foreign language is fun but not always easy