one. In the division of words into syllable, a single consonant (including consonant i and v) is written between two vowels and pronounced with the next vowel. The double consonants are separated. a) unless the second is L or R, in which case the syllable breaks in front of them: a-tres 4. When are the double consonants not divided between the syllables? The Spanish words are divided into syllables according to fairly simple rules. 7. Every Latin word has as many syllables as vowels or diphthongs. 4. If there are three consecutive consonants, the syllable usually breaks between the first and second: the Spanish en-glés words have the same number of syllables as those of Diphthong – vowels, with the exception of the silent U. Here are some examples: 2. Between two successive vowels, if one of them is accentuated: d-a Note 1- Some extend the rule for each consonance to each group of consonants (such as sp, st, gn) that can start a word.
In this book, x-it, sax-um, etc. are preferred from-xit, sa-xum; the debate was probably en-sit, bag-sum. 3. True or false: the attributions of syllables in the written form of a word always correspond to the way it is spoken aloud. Note 2: A syllable ending with a vowel or diphthong is designated as open; All the others are called close. Thus, at pa-ter, the first syllable is open, the second is close.