word with 7 syllables

word with 7 syllables, Language Skills Abroad
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It’s always so much fun listening and watching our young readers figure out those “longer” words. Many of our little ones are pretty solid decoding one-syllabe words and are now ready to learn strategies for decoding multisyllabic words. So, really, what is a syllable? Simply put, a syllable is a unit of pronunciation containing a single vowel sound. “Syllabication” is the process of analyzing the pattern of vowels and consonants in a word to determine where a word is broken into its syllables. The ability to break a word into syllables helps students decode those longer words as well as helps the student remember spelling patterns. Understanding the 7 syllable types helps students to become better readers and writers.

(d) Endecasнlabos (11-syllable lines) are the most common type of verso de arte mayor. The main stresses in a hendecasyllable should conform to one of four patterns:
(e) The rules for combining vowels allow a degree of flexibility and can be manipulated to get the right number of syllables in a line. Sinйresis can be used to combine two ‘strong’ vowels. The opposite process, diйresis, involves separating two vowels that would normally form a diphthong, which may be indicated by the diacritical mark also known as diйresis (diaeresis in English): ruido has two syllables, rьido counts as three (ru-i-do). The following line is one of a series of regular heptasyllables:

A diphthong syllable contains two vowels that make a special sound.
An open syllable ends with a single vowel. The vowel has a long sound.

More precisely, for each word length from 1 letter to 20 letters, find words of that length containing as many and as few syllables as possible.
1 letter: min 1 syllable (credit JLee/Prem), max 1 syllable (credit JLee/Prem), ratio 1
2 letters: min 1 syllable (credit JLee/Prem), max 2 syllables (credit JLee/Prem), ratio 2
3 letters: min 1 syllable (credit JLee/Prem), max 2 syllables (credit JLee/Prem), ratio 2
4 letters: min 1 syllable (credit JLee/Prem), max 3 syllables (credit JLee/Prem), ratio 2
5 letters: min 1 syllable (credit JLee/Prem), max 3 syllables (credit JLee/Prem), ratio 3
6 letters: min 1 syllable (credit JLee/Prem), max 4 syllables (credit JoeZ), ratio 4
7 letters: min 1 syllable (credit JLee/Prem), max 5 syllables (credit user13433), ratio 5
8 letters: min 1 syllable (credit JLee/Prem), max 5 syllables (credit JLee), ratio 5
9 letters: min 1 syllable (credit JLee/Prem), max 5 syllables (credit JLee), ratio 5
10 letters: min 1 syllable (credit Deusovi), max 6 syllables (credit JLee), ratio 6
11 letters: min 1 syllable (credit Emrakul), max 6 syllables (credit JLee/Prem), ratio 6
12 letters: min 1 syllable (credit Emrakul), max 7 syllables (credit JLee/Prem), ratio 7
13 letters: min 2 syllables (credit Prem), max 8 syllables (credit JLee), ratio 4
14 letters: min 2 syllables (credit Prem), max 8 syllables (credit JLee), ratio 4
15 letters: min 3 syllables (credit JLee/Prem), max 8 syllables (credit JLee), ratio 2.666.
16 letters: min 3 syllables (credit Prem), max 8 syllables (credit Prem), ratio 2.666.
17 letters: min 3 syllables (credit Prem), max 8 syllables (credit Prem), ratio 2.666.
18 letters: min 4 syllables (credit Prem), max 9 syllables (credit Nathaniel), ratio 2 .25
19 letters: min 4 syllables (credit Prem), max 9 syllables (credit Prem), ratio 2.25
20 letters: min 5 syllables (credit Prem), max 10 syllables (credit Prem), ratio 2

word with 7 syllables, Language Skills Abroad
Writing haikus encourages children to think about syllables, but also to think very carefully about their word choices – it may be that one word has too many syllables and does not fit, so they have to think of a new, similar word that fits the given criteria.
A syllable is a single, unbroken sound of a spoken (or written) word. Syllables usually contain a vowel and accompanying consonants. Sometimes syllables are referred to as the ‘beats’ of spoken language.

Resources:

http://community.dur.ac.uk/m.p.thompson/verse.htm
http://www.grammar-monster.com/glossary/syllable.htm
http://puzzling.stackexchange.com/questions/16760/words-with-most-and-fewest-syllables-for-given-length
http://www.theschoolrun.com/what-is-a-syllable
http://statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu/2008/06/27/what_is_the_sev/