I wonder how many syllables those words have.
Thanks in advance.
Segment of speech usually consisting of a vowel with or without accompanying consonant sounds (e.g., a, I, out, too, cap, snap, check). A syllabic consonant, like the final n sound in button and widen, also constitutes a syllable. Closed (checked) syllables end in a consonant, open (free) syllables in a vowel. Syllables play an important role in the study of speech and in phonetics and phonology .
girl have 1
go have 1
A syllable is a basic unit of written and spoken language. It is a unit consisting of uninterrupted sound that can be used to make up words. For example, the word hotel has two syllables: ho and tel. These will be marked here as in ho/tel.
Counting SyllablesTo find the number of syllables in a word, use the following steps:
The number of syllables that you hear when you pronounce a word is the same as the number of vowels sounds heard. For example:
Six Kinds of SyllablesThere are six different kinds of syllables in English:
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Anonymous:A syllable is how many times a word can be broken into. For example explain has 2 syllables; ex/ plain.
No. A native speaker would say this is one syllable (unless he has some kind of strange accent, I suppose).
PS - I see that I am correcting a very old post.
Anonymous:[Y]A syllable is a unit of organization for a sequence of speechsounds. Hope that helps bye!!!!!
Anonymous:How about reheat?
I so pose to pass this next week
Anonymous:rain has only one syllable
Anonymous:The English language is actually not phonetic, even though it claims to be. This is why it is so hard to learn because it doesn't really have good reasons for why things are the way they are sometimes.
People are waiting to help.
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