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There are three syllables. Con-so-nant.

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Words that have the VCCCV (Vowel-Consonant- Consonant-Consonant-Vowel) pattern are divided into syllables between the first and second consonants, as in the wordap/proach. The sounds of the second and third consonants are blended together.


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There are many such words. One pattern involves two syllables, each of which is consonant-vowel-consonant. Examples of words in this pattern are patter, mother, father, morbid, torpor, putrid, rotten, and turgid. Variants involving a syllable that is consonant-consonant-vowel include nettle, cattle, gravid, and placid.


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Is the repetition of initial consonant sounds in stressed syllables?

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