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    Words syllabuses

    How do I know words syllabuses?

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    2syllabuses,is there any rule?

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    Re: Words syllabuses

    You mean syllables.

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    Re: Words syllabuses

    And if you're asking about the plural of 'syllabus', this has been discussed at length in another thread.

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    Re: Words syllabuses

    PS Anti-mnemonic: A syllabus is what you learn and a syllable is what you say. Hmm. Perhaps it should be 'A syllabus is about studying and a syllable is about sound liaisons'. (A bit grandiloquent for my liking.)

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