How do you write close syllable words?
A closed syllable only has one vowel and the syllable ends in a consonant. An example is "sock".
All of the words in your question except for "syllable." Read More
Warrantability is a six-syllable word. Waldensianism is another six-syllable word. Read More
All, ant, cat, car, lad, law and gas are monosyllabic words. They contain only one syllable. Read More
If you are writing a narrative that aims to bring the reader or close as possible to the main corridor narrator of the story which point of the of you would be best to write the story is?
If you want to be as close to the narrator as possible, you write in first person. Read More
nonmonosylabic Read More
The first syllable in "polygon" is stressed: POL-y-gon. While this is true for many words that begin with the prefix "poly", note that it is not true for all such words. For example, the adjectival form, polygonal, has its stress on the second syllable: po-LI-go-nal. Read More
No JUST is not a two-syllable word. Just is a single syllable word. Read More
The primary accented syllable is the second to the last syllable (the "penultimate" syllable). Accordingly, 'gynecologic' could be rendered gynecológic or gynecolOgic for transcription purposes. Read More
1. In words such as salad, you have a VCV pattern (vowel-consonant-vowel), in which the first vowel is short. The syllable division of such words is generally done after the consonant, i.e, as VC-V. Read More
cor, the second syllable, is stressed Read More