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CLOVER. 6 Syllable Types. C- Closed Syllable. A closed syllable has one and only one vowel, and it ends in a consonant. Examples: in ,  ask ,  truck ,  sock ,  stretch ,  twelfth , and  on . L- Consonant LE.

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6 Syllable Types

c closed syllable
C- Closed Syllable
  • A closed syllable has one and only one vowel, and it ends in a consonant.
  • Examples: in, ask, truck, sock, stretch, twelfth, and on.
l consonant le
L- Consonant LE
  • In these syllables, a consonant is followed by le. The vowel sound in these syllables is the schwa sound that occurs before the l.
  • Examples include -ble, -cle, -dle, -fle, and -gle.
o open syllable
O- Open Syllable
  • An open syllable has one and only one vowel, and that vowel occurs at the end of the syllable.
  • Examples include no, she, and fry.
v vowel combination
V- Vowel Combination
  • A vowel combination syllable has a cluster of two or three vowels or a vowel-consonant unit with a sound or sounds particular to that unit.
  • Examples: rain, day, see, veil, pie, piece, noise, toy, cue, and true.
e magic e
E- Magic E
  • A silent-e syllable ends in an e, has one and only one consonant before that e, and has one and only one vowel before that consonant.
  • Examples include ate, ice, tune, slope, strobe, and these.
r r controlled
R- R controlled
  • A vowel-r syllable is one which includes one and only one vowel followed by an r, or one vowel followed by an r which is followed by a silent e, or a vowel combination followed by an r.
  • Examples include car, or, care, ire, air, and deer.