What is in a syllable?
A syllable is a speech sound.
A closed syllable. An open syllable. A vowel-consonant-e syllable. A vowel team syllable. A consonant-le syllable. An r-controlled syllable.
One syllable. One syllable. One syllable. One syllable. One syllable. One syllable.
no word it isn't possible because if you take away one syllable from a five syllable word you get a four syllable word and there is no such thing as a "no syllable word"
An unstressed syllable is like the first syllable in around. A-round has the syllable as stronger and therefore stressed but the first syllable (which is "a") is unstressed.
The second syllable of unique is a stressed syllable.
A weak syllable is unstressed. A strong syllable carries the stress.
there are three in the word syllable
Stress Syllable- is a stress syllable
A strong syllable is a stressed syllable. This syllable is more prominent and stronger than the others, and are often found in multi-syllable words.
It is not entirely clear whether you are asking which syllable is stressed or what the first syllable is. The stressed syllable is the first syllable: sev.
Tues only has one syllable. The stressed syllable in Tuesday is the first syllable.
A final syllable is the last syllable in a word. For example, in the word syllable, the syllables are syl-la-ble. The -ble would be the final syllable.
The first syllable is accented.
The second syllable (-mand).
A first syllable is a leading syllable in a word.
It is the first syllable.
"Spacecraft" is a two-syllable word. The first syllable is accented the second syllable isn't.
The syllable that you stress the most (perhaps the syllable you speak louder)
The accented syllable in the six syllable word, endocrinology, is the 4th syllable, ol.
The syllable structure is pan-ic. The unstressed syllable is the second syllable, or "ic"
The penultimate syllable is next to the last. The antepenultimate syllable is the one before the penultimate syllable, or third from the last. The preantepenultimate syllable is the one before the antepenultimate syllable, or the fourth from the last.
The first syllable in pineapple is accented.
The "tin" syllable in continue is the stressed syllable.
yes, the last syllable is the stress syllable
The first syllable is accented.
The second syllable: bee-LEEF.
The first syllable: mar' · ket
The first syllable: mar'·ket
There are eight syllables in this sentence. There - one syllable. Was - one syllable. A - one syllable. Young - one syllable. Man - one syllable. From - one syllable. Brazil - two syllables.
The word bruised only has one syllable. This means the whole word is the syllable and so there are no syllable breaks.
The accented syllable of hypertrophy is the first syllable, hy, with a secondary accent on the third syllable, tro.
The word page has one syllable. This means the entire word is the syllable and so there are no syllable breaks.
It doesn't have a syllable break as it only has one syllable.
The word kick has one syllable.
The stressed syllable is the first syllable--COL
Attendance is stressed on the second syllable.
The whole word is one big syllable. There are no syllable breaks.
The first syllable in 'baby' is an open syllable. (Ba-by)
An open syllable is a syllable that ends with a vowel or diphthong sound.
The first syllable is stressed.
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The second syllable (-bid) is the stressed syllable in forbid.
The first syllable (pow-) is the stressed syllable in power.
The second syllable (-ta-) is the stressed syllable in potato.
The first syllable (pa-) is the stressed syllable in patient.
"You" has only one syllable, so that syllable is stressed.
The first syllable "ba" is the open syllable.