Perguntas sobre exemplo de orações com, e a definição e o uso de "Syllable"

O significado de "Syllable" em várias frases e orações

Q: O que significa I felt every syllable in the “disrespect” 😭?
A: Person A might be yelling at someone, and they say "This is such blatant disrespect!". Because they're yelling, they're using more force behind each word. Person B might hear person A yelling, and say "I felt every syllable in the 'disrespect', wow", meaning that they could really tell that A meant what they were saying because of how passionately and forcefully they were speaking. Does that make any more sense?
Q: O que significa The second syllable of "cream crackered" was a little off.?
A: The pronunciation of "crackered" is /ˈkɹakəd/ (using the IPA), so they mean that the way /kɹa/ was said sounded strange or unnatural.
Q: O que significa The final syllable is stressed.
What does 'stressed' mean in this context??
A: It means emphasized

Palavras similares a "Syllable" e suas diferenças

Q: Qual é a diferença entre syllable e word ?
A: Words are made of syllables...
syllables are made of a group of blended letters that reproduces a sort of sound .
comfortable is a word
com.fort.a.ble each one here: is a syllable
Q: Qual é a diferença entre syllable e phoneme ?
A: phoneme is a sound like /k/ and you see it in "cat" and "kit". it is related to the way you pronounce things. Japanese combines consonant and vowels in one letter, so this might be harder to see. in か the romanization would be "ka". so /k/ would be one phoneme, pronounced without a vowel

a syllable is one unit of pronunciation. in Japanese, this is easy and simple : あ,か,さ,た,な each have one syllable. Think of beats in music. 日本 would have two syllables "に" and "ほん".

In english, this gets trickier because it's harder to see, especially for a non native speaker. To find the correct number of syllables in english, you cannot add extra sounds to fit your alphabet, which is what I've seen many Japanese and Koreans do in English.

"McDonald's" - 3 syllables
マクドナルド- 6 syllables

How 1
many 2 ma-ny
syllables 3 syl-la-bles
are 1
in 1
this 1
word? 1
butterfly 3 bu-tter-fly
Japanese 3 Ja-pan-ese
English 2 eng-glish
Q: Qual é a diferença entre syllable e word ?
A: Words consist of syllables

Traduções de "Syllable"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? How many syllables are in seagulls' (plural, possessive)..? I think it's three but want to make sure. Thanks!
A: 2. See-gulls. Making it possessive doesn't add a syllable.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? why is it “more/the most tired” instead of just “tireder/the tiredest” even though it has 2 syllables?
A: Because "tired" isn't originally an adjective, so adjective rules don't necessarily apply to it.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? How can I improve syllable accent?
Is there any good way to practice syllable accent?
A: Verifique a pergunta para ver a resposta
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? syllables
A: yes very good.

To figure it out I like to clap out each syllable this should help. Example

Outras perguntas sobre "Syllable"

Q: Which syllable do you stress in the word "detail"?
A: In standard (news broadcast) American English, it's DE-tail. People in some parts of the country say de-TAIL, but the first is probably more common.
Q: Which syllable of 'concrete' do you accent?
A: Wow, thus makes me realize that when used as a noun, we Americans stress the last syllable, but as an adjective, we stress the first!
Q: how many syllables are in "utopia"? and could you pronounce it for me?
A: Utopia has 4 syllables
Q: How many syllables the word "delightfulness" has? soa natural?
A: it would sound better "how many syllables does the word "delightfulness" have?"
and the answer is four (de-light-ful-ness)
Q: "unusual" is 3 syllable???
A: @Dotori: 'Unusual' actually has 4 syllables! 😊

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