* simple-- sim/ple The word is composed of two consonants. In the second syllable, there is no vowel. However, the second part is also a syllable. l is a syllabic consonant. What is syllabic consonant? Would you name the syllabic
ex) simple Simple is composed of two syllables: sim and ple. In phonetic symble, 'ple' doesn't have a vowel, but it seems to be considered as a syllable. Do you have a technical term for that? Is it 'syllable consonant'?
I¡¯ll transfer you to someone in the billing department. ======================= In this sentence how do you pronounce 'transfer'? Do we put the stress on the first syllable or the last syllable? According to the dictionary, the
Does the noun musician take accent on penultimate syllable or ante penultimate syllable ? any word ending with - ian should take stress on ante penultimate syllable . but in dictionaries the stress is given on the penultimate
What is the probability of choosing an H or a vowel? Honorable is the word. This is how I answered it Its mutually exclusive because of the key word "or" which is the Union. P(H)+P(Vowel)=1/9+4/9 Answer is 5/9 did I solve this