In linguistics, the last syllable of a word is called the ultima.
The word call has one syllable.
It is the first syllable cap.
The first syllable of "abscess" is "ab," so the last sound of the first syllable is "b."
OneThe word 'last' has only one syllable.
English teachers call it the " initial syllable ", under the Keep-It-Simple Stupid [ KISS ] guidelines of modern style of usage. We [ ??? ] usually call it "the first syllable." It's formal name will depend on how far from the end of the word it is. The first syllable of a two-syllable word is called the penult (next-to-last), and the first syllable of a three-syllable word is called the antepenult (next-to-the-next-to-last).
While is only one syllable. Thus while has no last syllable. The entire word is one
The last syllable is accented.
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 word destroy is stressed on the second (last) syllable.
Stressed only has one syllable.
On the second (last) syllable: a-lau
A word in which the emphasis in pronunciation is on the last syllable. Promenade, disengage, present, reside, resent.
Only when there is an accent over the vowel of the last syllable. Otherwise, assuming there aren't any other accent marks in the word, the second to last syllable is stressed.
That's not a thing. But a ten-syllable word might be considered decasyllabic.