There are four sylables in "unsuccessfull."
There are two sylables in "easy."
There are four sylables in "interesting."
There are 5 sylables in perpendicular
Goddess has two sylables in it. gaw-des
6 sylables: Non|ne|go|ti|a|ble So 6 sylables
There is one syllable.
3 sylables :)
Stuffed is one syllable.
two sylables for-ty
2 sylables. a-mong.
a-or-ta (3 sylables).
Simply has two sylables.
There are 2 syllables in haiku
"America" has four syllables
There is 1 syllable.
There are 2 syllables in twirling.
It has 2 sylables in it
There are two syllables in the word cherry.
2 because sham pooed
The word "mantra" has 2 sylables
3 - de-li-vered
I Think 2 sylables are in "Santa"
e·ter·nal·ly ... 4 syllables
Sale is one syllable: sale.
Very has two syllables: ve-ry.
2 sylables are in ru-dolph
There are 3 syllables. Grand - par - ents.
fi-re-ball = three
It has 2 syllables. Ver-y.
2 sylables... Dam-ask
Alabama has four syllables. Al-a-bam-a.
four sylables. re-spect-a-ble
4 sylables. leg-i-slat-ion
Im-med-i-ate-ly. Five syllables.
Eerie has two syllables: ee-rie.
There are 3 syllables in beautiful, beau-ti-ful.
There are 4 syllables. Cop-y-right-ed.
One, because it only has one vowel.
There are two sylables in the word simmered: SIM-mered
cu-ri-o-si-ty = five syllables
The word commercial has 3 syllables: com/mer/cial
Mexico has 3 syllables. Phonetically it is: 'mek-si-ko ...
there are 2 sylables in the word nothing. noth-ing
There are four syllables in the word gargantuan. (Gar-gan-tu-an).
4 letters, 2 sylables. The word is "NoÃ«l".