Acute Accent An acute accent means: the marked syllable is short and sharp, on a rising note or pitch.
On the last syllable of a word it is replaced by a grave unless followed by a punctuation mark or an enclitic (=word that leans on it).
Where do we find it?:
on ultima (last syllable) bla-bla-bla-blá  Examples
on penult (last syllable but one) bla-bla-blá-bla   Examples
on antepenult (last syllable but two)
      but only if the last syllable is short
bla-blá-bla-bla   Examples