English Grammar

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'?

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  1. It is a syllable. Syllables do not require vowels, but often has them. I learned quite alot on the structure of syllables here:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syllable

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