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SYLLABICATION by Mind Map: SYLLABICATION

1. Every syllable has one vowel sound

2. A one syllable word is never divided

3. A compound word is divided between the two words that make the compound word

3.1. consonant blends and digraphs are never separated

4. when two or more consonants come between the two vowels in a words, it is usually divided between the first two consonants

5. when a word ends in le, preceded by a consonant, the word is divided before that consonant

6. when -ed comes at the end of a word, it forms a syllable only when preceded by d or t

7. The suffixes and ible form their own syllable

8. The number of vowel sounds in word equals the number of syllable

9. when a word has a ck or an x in it, the word is usually divided after the ck or x

10. when a single consonant comes between two vowels in a word, it is usually divided before the consonant if the vowel is long

11. when a single consonant come between two vowel in a word, it is usually divided after the consonant if the vowel is short

12. when two vowels come together in a word, and are sounded separately, divided the word between the two vowels

13. A word that has a prefix is divided between the root word and the prefix

14. A word that a suffix is divided between the root word and the suffix

15. when a vowel is sounded alone in a word, it forms a syllable itself

16. when he, de, ex and re are at the beginning of a word, they make a syllable of their

17. when a word or syllable ends in al or el, these letters usually form the last syllable

18. A word should be divided between syllable at the end of a line (-) stay with the syllable at the end of the line

19. when ture and tion are the end of a word, they make their own syllable