Please someone help, it's urgent!!!
How can we divide these words into syllables: climbed, singer, succumbing, hanged, slangy, singable, trendy ??
I don't know whether -ing, -er etc. are separate syllables, just as sing/er, suc/cumb/ing or the previous letter also belongs to them, like sin/ger, suc/cum/bing
I hope someone can help me urgently, thank you in advance!!
most dictionaries do this for you, for instance:
lists the entry as "sing·er"
In addition, syllabification is based on how the word sounds, or its phonetic representation ([...]), and not on how the word is spelled, or its letter representation (<...>).
Originally Posted by Ajax-Milan
Letter repesentation: mb>
Phonetic representation: [klai'm]
The letters represent one sound, [m]. The is silent. Moreover, the letters also represent one sound, [ng], a velar nasal:
In English, the letters represent two sounds, [n] [d],
but in some languages of the world, e.g., Aboriginal languages spoken in the USA and Canada, represents one sound.
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