Consonant + “le” syllables. Rule: Divide the syllables before the consonant "-le” For example: " fum - ble ", " rub- ble " and "mum- ble “. What does the first syllable of each of these words end with?. ta-ble. ti-tle. fa-ble. sta-ple. a- ble.
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Rule: Divide the syllables before the consonant "-le”For example:"fum -ble", "rub- ble" and "mum-ble“.
Remember, syllables that end in a vowel are called open syllables.
Are the first syllables in these words open or closed? Do the first syllables have a long or a short vowel sound?
Rule: If the syllable ends in a vowel, it's "open" and has a long sound, and if it ends in a consonant it's "closed" and has a short sound.