Take place into vs take place to vs take place in vs take place on

1.Which of the following mean “happen to”?
a)take place into
b)take place to
c)take place in
d)take place on

2.If a noun has two syllables, where is the stress?

3.What is the meaning of in the doghouse?

4.What is the meaning of supercalifragilisticexpialidocious or there is no this word?

Please help me :slight_smile:

None of these mean ‘happen to’. Only the last two are correct anyway.

English does not have a fixed rule for syllable stress, and indeed some words even change meaning with a change in stress.

‘In the doghouse’ is an idiom meaning ‘to be in trouble with somebody about something’.

This is not a real word, it’s a made up word from a song.