syllabication rules

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Syllabication Rules S.DHILIP

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Or the easy way to read big words.

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Syllables are single speech parts made up of one vowel sound with or without more closely combined consonant sounds.

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Every time you speak a syllable, your mouth opens and closes- your jaw drops once.

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Every time you speak a syllable, your speech has a single beat- one clap.

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Every syllable has one and only one vowel sound.

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Never divide two vowels next to each other if they carry one sound. Example- bread

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Divide two vowels next to each other when each carries a different sound. Example- video

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A single consonant between two vowels goes with the second vowel if the first vowel is long (vc/v). Example- belong

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A single consonant between two vowels goes with the first vowel if the first vowel is accented and short (vc/v). Example- guitar

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Two or more consonants between vowels--

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Go with the second vowel if the first vowel is long. Example- between

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* Are divided if the first vowel is not long- -

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The first consonant stays with the first vowel and the other consonants go with the second vowel (vc/cv) Example- purpose

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Unless the consonants form a blend in which case they are not divided (v cc/v) Example- without

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Two identical consonants are divided when they occur between vowels. Example- rabbit

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Compound words are divided into the simple words that form them. Example- notebook

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Prefixes and suffixes usually form separate syllables. Examples- unkind kindly

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