Tips and Tricks on Pronunciation


All words have syllables. A word might have one, two, or even more syllables. Reading has two syllables: read (clap)-ing (clap). Clap as you say each syllable to demonstrate the breaking sound between syllables.

A closed syllable ends in a consonant. The vowel has a short vowel sound, as in the word bat.

A vowel team syllable has two vowels next to each other that together say a new sound, as in the word south.

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