How to Pronounce syllable?

Correct pronunciation for the word "syllable" is [sˈɪləbə͡l], [sˈɪləbə‍l], [s_ˈɪ_l_ə_b_əl].

"Syllable" in context

A syllable is a unit of pronunciation. It is made up of a combination of a sequence of vowel and consonant sounds that are grouped together within a word. It usually consists of a vowel sound along with one or more consonants that are pronounced together. In English, a syllable often does not contain more than one vowel sound.

Syllables are important in language because they divide spoken words into distinct parts which helps to allow for easier pronunciation. They are also useful for making rhymes and helping to distinguish words with similar pronunciations.


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