Orthography Chapter 4 Syllabification
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Syllabification Rule 2
If a consonant occurs between two vowels, it goes with the second syllable.
Syllabification Rule 1
Any two consonants next to each other belong to separate syllables.
Syllabification Rule 3
Any apostrophe not representing a voiceless e indicates a syllable break.
Syllabification Rule 4
In cases of gemination, the same consonant sound occurs at the end of the first syllable and the beginning of the second syllable.
A syllable that ends with a vowel.
A syllable that ends with a consonant.
A syllable containing two vowels, heavy syllables are always stressed.
A syllable containing only one vowel.
When a geminated consonant comes at the end of the first syllable, and the second syllable is heavy, the apostrophe is left out.
Gemination is the sharing of a consonant sound between two syllables.
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