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    How to break a word into syllables

    I want to know how to break a word in to different sylables

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    Re: How to break a word into syllables

    Quote Originally Posted by Akbar khan View Post
    I want to know how to break a word in to different sylables
    Hi Akbar khan,

    Here are three rules for dividing words into syllables:
    1. Every syllable must have a vowel. For example, ra/di/o
    2. Divide syllables between double consonants. For example, hob/bled
    3. Prefixes and suffixes are syllables. For example, dis/ap/pear

    http://www.superteacherworksheets.com/syllables.html

    BBC - Skillswise Words - Syllable Factory. Practise breaking up words into syllables.
    Last edited by mara_ce; 08-Feb-2010 at 04:20.

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