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i need to know all of the syllables in words

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    If you look the words up in a dictionary, it will show you how the word is divided into syllables.

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    You can always find how a word is divided into syllables in a good dictionary -- either in print or online. Here's an example:

    Notice this above the definition: in·sub·stan·tial
    This signifies that the word has 4 syllables when pronounced correctly.

    Try this with other words, and let us know if you have questions. Here are some good online dictionaries to use:

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