LAW 2: consonant + long vowel = syllable

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What is power law #2?
 

         Can you break words up into syllables?

         Power Law 2: A consonant plus a long vowel equals a syllable.    
         [cons. +
long = syllable]

        

 

     

 

 

 

 

   A long vowel at the end of a word is pronounced as a short.

 

 

 

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Covered letters:
ك ق ج خ

        * fictitious words are used below to focus on reading and not meaning.

  Consonant + long vowel = syllable


    كوقُ
 
kuu-qu


    جاجَ
 
gaa-ga


    خيخَ
 
khii-kha


    قيخاك
 
qii-khaak


    جوخو
 
guu-khu


     كاكَ
 
kaa-ka

 

 

 


 

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