What are some words that have O at the end of a syllable?
cello, Jello, piano
, Jello, igloo, taboo, ago, solo have an " o " at the end of the last syllable. Solo has an " o " at the end of both syllables.
Radio has an open syllable with 'a' at the end: Ra-di-o. Volcano has an open syllable with 'a' at the end: Vol-ca-no. Savior does not have an open syllable with 'a' at the end: Sav-ior. Nature has an open syllable with 'a' at the end: Na-ture. Unable has an open syllable with 'a' at the end: Un-a-ble.
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Some two syllable words beginning with O are: open owner office olive obey oval opal
you have long words that sounds long o
A consonant on its own cannot form a complete syllable. Any syllable must contain contain a vowel or a combination of vowels). Consonants can be added to the beginning or end of a syllable to modify its sound. Ie. O can be considered a syllable, but so can MO and MOCK.
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(4) Leg-is-la-tive (4) Lo-bot-o-my (4) Leg-end-ar-y ect... Its not hard to figure these out, just use some basic kinder logic. -TJMS
Some examples of three syllable words in a house are: Tel-e-phone Com-pu-ter Ra-di-o Mic-cro-wave Fi-re-place
The state name Ohio has three vowel sounds : long O, long I, long O. The syllable sounds are oh-hi-oh.
I assume you are seeking three-syllable words that stress the final syllable. One is "volunteer." It is said: vol-un-TEER. Another is pioneer: pie-o-NEER. In fact, there is group of similar words that stress the final syllable-- another is musketeer: musk-ah-TEER.
A double syllable. [o-val]
The long o sound is found in words where the syllable containing the o ends in an e, such as telephone, atone and alone.
Some words that start with O and end with ARE: outdare. outglare. outstare. outsware. ovenware. overdare.
Some I can think of off the top of my head are Orange Open Bored (?) Blow Glow
Prompt only has one syllable so yes.
The second syllable is accented in the word economy. (e-con-o-my)
The 2nd syllable: e con' o my
Every word has at least one syllable. Over has two syllables. O-ver.
The first syllable of ricochet is accented: ric - o - chet.
psy cho LOG i cal The third syllable of this five syllable word is emphasized. However, in the word, psychology, the secnd syllable is accented: psy CHOL o gy
They all contain the letter o. They are all one-syllable words.
The second syllable is a long O sound (oh), the same as low. Depending on the stressed syllable, the word hello can rhyme with fellow, yellow and Jell-o.
Ivory normally has a silent O. You would say it (IV-ree). The O is sometimes pronounced as a third syllable (I-veh-ree).
There are no 5 letter words that start with Q and end with O. There are however five words that start with Q and end with O: Quango Quarto Quattrocento Quebracho Quomodo
Yes, the word other is a two-syllable word. The syllables in the word are o-ther.
Oath and ouch are 4 letter words. They begin with o and end with h.
online, onshore, open, onetime, omen, omit, other, office
Some words that end in VO are: bravo parvo octavo salvo
O, that would be "Ice"
object is: into the emphasis is on the last syllable, the "o" which is a long o as in the o in or
Chocolate has 2 syllables, choc-lat, ordinarily. Because of the spelling, sometimes people say an -o- syllable in the middle.
ojo is in spanish
Three pronunciations come to mind: Delano ... Deh-lahn-o (accent on 2nd syllable) Delano ... Dell-ahno (accent on 1st syllable) Delano ... Duh-lay-no (accent on 2nd syllable)
Yes. The first O in lotioin has a long O sound. This is the same as in the rhyming word motion. The -tion syllable has a schwa sound (shun).
Jerome is pronounced jer-əʊm , not jer-o-me. It does not end with the sound of the word 'me.' The stress is on the last syllable, but 'e' at the end is not pronounced. The -ome at the end of the name Jerome is pronounced the same way as the last part ofwords such as dome (dəʊm) home (həʊm) Rome (rəʊm) gnome (nəʊm) tome (təʊm)
Heliocentric has five syllables: he-li-o-cen-tric. It is accented on the fourth syllable.
This depends on your pronunciation. For me there is no schwa in composition. But some people might pronounce the 'o' in the second syllable - po - as a schwa. The words herd or bird have a schwa in them. (for my pronunciation).
It is in the second syllable: - o is a schwa.
No there are two syllables. O-pen.
Some words that start with O and end with X are: onyx (noun) ox (noun) oryx (noun) orthodox (adjective)
Some words that begin with "S" and end with "O" are: * So * Silo * Schmo * Sicko * Socio * Silverado * Sordino * Solo * Sucko * Shoo * Scooby-Doo
No. In the word portion, the first syllable, por, has a caret O vowel sound (long O + R), and the second syllable, tion, has a weak vowel sound (technically, a schwa).
You can add the letter 'O' to the beginning to make the two-syllable word open.
Eh-loh-heem. Short "e" in the first syllable, long "o," and the "i" is pronounced like a long "e." The accent is on the third syllable.
Rome will become three syllables by adding an O. Romeo
The word "stone" only has one syllable, as there is only one syllable nucleus (in this case, the vowel sound produced by the O) in the word.