Q: How many syllables are in the word counting?

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2 clapping the word out helps when you need to know syllables. also counting the number of times your mouth closes well saying the word helps

There are many ways one can determine the number of syllables in a word. One way you can count a syllable is by counting the number of times one hears a vowel.

The word 'answer' has 2 syllables. An-swer.

There are four syllables in the word "usually".

There are 2 syllables are in the word advance.

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3. You count syllables by counting how many times your chin drops.

It has 2. It definitely has 2 syllables. You can tell syllables by saying the word and counting each part = Stray - ten. 2.

2 syllables. To find syllables, put your hand under your chin, say the word while counting how many times your chin touches your hand.

I believe the word you are looking for is farewell, and that has 2 syllables. You can learn about counting syllables from the video attachment at the bottom that I have provided.

2 clapping the word out helps when you need to know syllables. also counting the number of times your mouth closes well saying the word helps

There are many ways one can determine the number of syllables in a word. One way you can count a syllable is by counting the number of times one hears a vowel.

The word employ has 2 syllables.You can figure this out by counting how many vowels there are.

There are two: dwind-ling. Counting the number of single or double vowels and 'y's within a word normally reflects the number of syllables.

There are 3 Syllables in the word CARE-FUL-LY. A trick to counting Syllables is to put your hand under your Chin and count the number of times you Jaw goes 'up and down', when you say the word slowly. Your Jaw will move at each Syllable !

The word 'answer' has 2 syllables. An-swer.

Yes, You can distinguish syllables by saying a word and counting how many times you mouth opens...most vowels indicate a new syllable too.

Excel does not have the capability to look at a word and determine how many syllables are in it, so you cannot count syllables in Excel. You could look at a word and type in the amount of syllables it has yourself and then total the number of syllables up using a SUM function. [by FM00078]_OR, you can separate the word by its syllables for counting, (Eg: Syll a ble =3). It works but is slightly difficult to read. (I tried to answer separately, could not, so I simply added to)