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    Unhappy two syllabic

    please i need ur help
    my teacher asked me to search for words with 2 syllabic consonants
    and i really cant find anyone

    i appeal to help me
    i cant do anything

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    Re: two syllabic

    Quote Originally Posted by sun rose View Post
    please i need your help
    my teacher asked me to search for words with 2 syllabic consonants
    and I really cant find anyone

    i appeal to help me
    i cant do anything
    These should help:
    Syllabic consonant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Syllabic consonants


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    Re: two syllabic

    I'm sure you would earn your teacher's unconditional admiration if you found some with 4! ;)

    Look for words ending in al, tle, ble, or ism — that will give you a place to start. All you have to do then is find one with a syllabic consonant in addition to one of those endings.


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    Re: two syllabic

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    thanks alot


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    Re: two syllabic

    Quote Originally Posted by Dacre View Post
    I'm sure you would earn your teacher's unconditional admiration if you found some with 4! ;)

    Look for words ending in al, tle, ble, or ism that will give you a place to start. All you have to do then is find one with a syllabic consonant in addition to one of those endings.
    4!!!! do you mean it?
    ok thanks alot
    with all respect


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    Re: two syllabic

    unconditional , it is a more that two syllabic consonant ,unconditional /ənkəndɪʃənəl/

    usually when you have nasals /m, n, ŋ/or approximates /l, r, w, j/ preceded by weak vowel /ə/, these consonants will be syllabic .
    /ənkəndɪʃənəl/ becomes /nkndɪʃnl/.

    I hope that you get the meaning

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