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TOEIC Pronunciation Tip: syllables

Posted by englishlessons on May 8, 2006

In English every word has one or more syllables. A syllable always has a vowel sound. Think of the vowel sound as the heart of the syllable.

Examples: good (1 syllable), remarkable (4 syllables), gorgeous (2 syllables)

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One Response to “TOEIC Pronunciation Tip: syllables”

  1. van said

    good for me!

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