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					English "syllable"
????Syllable: the pronunciation of vowels and consonants constitute the
unit.
????Syllable by syllable and repeaters can be divided into non-stressed
syllable. Stressed syllable: refers to one or more syllables in the two-
syllable word has a special loud syllable pronunciation, called the
stressed syllable, with accent "` "standard in the appropriate
location, and other non-syllable stressed syllable, such as begin | be`
gin |, monosyllabic words for repeat treatment, but not marked accent.
There are seven syllables constitutes a form of

First, open syllable
With vowels at the end of the syllable, such as: hi he relation,
celebrate complete, secret

Second, the relative open syllable
With consonants and an ending-e pronunciation syllables, such as: name
scene kite coke cute

3, closed syllable
With consonants at the end of the syllable, such as: map bag dull
companion victory rubber umbrella

Fourth, vowel combinations, such as: wait play bee beat believe field
show sow shout suit

5,-r syllables such as: her, bar and so on.

6,-re syllables such as: fire, hare, etc..
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7, into a syllable consonants
l, m, n, if front of other consonants by a, the consonants can be the
same l, m, n form a syllable. Then l, m, n is called into syllables
consonants. Such as: bottle, bottom, button, etc..
????Supplementary note: The voice of books in foreign countries where,
like the bottle into syllables are consonant; and like the bottom,
button, etc. are not into syllable consonants, because they contain the
second syllable vowel phonemes.
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The correct way to grasp the division of syllables
The correct way to grasp the division of syllables, can help us grasp the
pronunciation rules, to help us remember the spelling words, but also
help us to avoid and overcome the bad writing habits in the random
migration. Syllable is division of the common methods are outlined below.
1. A syllable has at least one vowel. Namely a, e, i, o, or u, and
sometimes it can be y. For example:
re / fuse, un / com / for / ta / ble, jum / ping, a / void / ed, gar /
lic, for / ty

2. When two vowels with only one consonant letters (consonants except r),
and the left side of the vowel is pronounced by repeating the rules to
open syllables, the consonants are usually assigned to the right
syllable. For example:
stu / dent, o / pen, pa / per, va / cant, fa / tal, pi / lot

3. Only one consonant between two vowels or consonants letter
combination, the left rules of vowel sounds by repeating closed syllable,
then the consonant letters or letter combinations of consonants are
usually assigned to the left of the syllable. For example:
moth / er, slith / er

4. If the two middle vowels of two consonants, both consonants are
usually assigned to about two syllables. For example:
mem / ber, les / son, col / lect, shal / low, hap / pen, dis / tant

5. If the two middle vowels of two consonants, the first is r, the two
consonants, and syllables were assigned to the left and right. The first
syllable (the syllable on the left) is called r syllable by syllable
pronunciation rules of pronunciation Re r. For example:
cor / ner, por / trait, har / bor, bar / ber

6. If two vowels or a vowel and semi-vowel combinations hair is a vowel
or a diphthong, syllable division, can not be separated from, to plan
together. For example:
oi boil / er; oy voy / age; ou through / out; ow tow / er

7. Some consonants always together, just send a consonant, or very
closely linked; divided syllable, nor can it separate. For example:
ph tele / phone; sh ush / er; th pa / thetic; wh a / while

8. Pronunciation of consonants consonant combinations put together,
syllable division, nor can it separate. For example:
de / sroy, ex / pli / cit, pre / scribe, in / struc / tion

9. If a word is the end of the letter-le, and consonant-le and a
consonant letter in front, then the consonants are usually divided into
the right side of this syllable. As pronunciation, this is a syllable
into. For example:
ta / ble, un / cle, mar / ble, peo / ple, hur / dle, sta / ble
????However, the end of the word-ckle exception. Because the
pronunciation of consonants-c is not so consonant letter-ck division of
the left syllable. For example:
pick / le, buck / le, sick / le

10. Add the prefix, the prefix designated for a single or more than one
syllable. For example:
dis / like, be / head, in / ac / tive, im / pos / si / ble, sem / i / cir
/ cle, su / per / man, o / ver / sleep, an / ti / air / craft

11. Suffix, the suffix does not affect other syllable division. For
example:
paint / er, pass / a / ble, dif / fer / ent, fall / ing, friend / ship,
seek / ers most suffixes such as-ing,-ed,-ment,-ty, a separate division
of syllables.

12. If you add the suffix-ed to-t or-d at the end of the word back, hair
/-id /, form a syllable, the spelling may be divided into a separate
syllable; the other hand, other cases is not a separate syllable. For
example:
pre / dict / ed, test / ed, lift / ed, fin / ished, fol / lowed, un /
fogged

				
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